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LEARN ACTUAL AUTO \ vulcanizing. Los Angeles ' Auto School. £ ANTED—Elevator person at Bristol hotel hoy. Apply In ! CENSUS CLERKS—4000 needed. $'J5 ; month Age 18-50. Experience un necessary. Examinations Boise Oct. 18. For free particulars, write m ond Terry (former Government 1 Examiner, 145 Continental Bldg., Washington. LADY BARBERS fHE BANNOCK, 808 Bannock. RAILWAY traffic inspectors wanted; $110 a month and expenses to start; short hours, travel; three months home study under guarantee. We get you position. No age limit; ask for booklet N. 320. Standard Business Training Inst., But.'alo, N. Y. If you see it in a Krull Ad i*'s True The Store EVERSHARP PENCIL |i.oo;Ti 5i 5 2.oo and $3.00. au t.'.AiN ST. j. T. LAUGHLIN THE IDAN-HA Leading Hotel of Boise Europaan Plan. In th# eantar of avarythlnp Commercial and 8tookbrokora Headquarter* First-Class Dining Room Ratw. without bath. $1.00 upi With bath, $1.50 up. IDAN-HA HOTEL CO. Prep. THE BRISTOL Belast Popular Hotal. Naw and 8trictly Modern. POPULAR PRICER H. D. CA8HO. OVERLAND HOTEL llaamo modern. Rata* 60e, 75*. |1 j 00 Rato* by the Weak. 21S South Sth St. KD ». SMITH, Prop. HOTEL GRAND BOieE*« NEWEST HOTEL. Commofotal Mob's Headquarter* Moot aitraetlve lobby la the Mat* PRANK BLACKINQER. PROP. HELP WANTED ____Male_ WANT Ell)—Boys with wheels; mation, call on the ''Knights iumhus Free Employment and Recreation Hall," 908 Id Phone |o98. WHEN ih need of help, call "Knights of Columbus Free Employ ment Bureau." Phone 1098; Idaho St. Returned soldiers, sa and marines exclusively. WANTED—Four timber cutters. ply Amis Wholesale, 9th and Myrtle. START RIGHT—Los Angeles half ratp. WANTED—Working manager paying position that will sta closest investigation. Beginning si ary S12p per month and third profits. Requires Investment; $' will handle. Make personal appll< tlon to (l08 Bannock. ! 1 ! 1 ! I 1 1 J j ! 1 1 j HELP WANTED Female WANT ED 1-Girl work; Nmall Phone 2^81. for ge family, WANTRDi — Girl or woman eral housework. Auulp 81 GIRLS ment. Apply Idaho Candy Co. !---------i WANTED — Chambermaids, !_ Manitou. ____ lifter ! money wages, -------- Apply J da 11 o Candy. school hours. WAITRESS wanted. Silver Grill. ; WANTED- Mangle girls, ha seamstresses, starchers an operators 1 . Troy Laundry. Ray--------I- " - 1 GIRLS WANTED at once. Laundry. HELP WANTED Male or Female j . , k ' CENSUS CLERKS—4000 neede month, jjvge, 18-50. Experten necessary' Examinations Boia 18. For free particulars, writ« mond Terry (former Govei Txaminerl), 145 Continental Washington. ho Commercial College, Main. Phone 2586. pies will he sized by machinery. Fremont Wood, 603 Overland 13 ing. Frahk Wood 69J3. during thp census periods fr< counties o|f Ada, Bannock, Bea Bingham' Blaine, Boneville, Camas, Caribou, Cassia, Cla more, Fnlnklin, Freemont, (3 Jefferson, Jerome, Lincoln, M Minidoka. Oneida. Owyhee, I Teton an«( Twin Falls. These cations to be made at once, sible, to Edward F. Goddard, visor of Census, Second I Pocatello, Idaho. advancement and good money, for Mr. Greene, idunha hotel, 7 LONG Job picking apples for who can cramp; good picking, gins Frultl Co., 16J1. STRAYED STRAYED— Mare with tiefe rye. Brown mare with mark node. Yearling bay geldlni Boise Poundmaster. STRAYED 77 left Btlffle. Reward for inf tion leading to their recovery. D. carrier No. 4. Boise. APE RTS wa nted .GENTS are coining money Cramer Fiber Brooms. < six corn brooms. Proposltlo: $75 to $l(jo weekly. Crami Company, (Denver, Colorado. WANTED—An active man In complete finish In one coat; a reputable litn. Writ# part > first letter, tal New). Painter ' 5 t. , d - IF 11' - - k e, e, j 1 n, r, 1* - 4* B- <5 r- 3* t, 4* ♦ — ♦ Of n id 9 — ty — ,ft on f y ' — ch :r' F# __ "fh lea , rv V T. ' ,1 ' [Jf *n Pi _ WANTED Miscellaneous WANTED to sell the right to crop 30 acres of good potato ground, one mile east of Nampa, Idaho. Call Phone 541W. M. R. Johnson. WANTED—Girl's bicycle, in good con dition. Phone 29RS. WANTED—Anything you have ln »eo ond hand goods. Yerrington and Williams. Phone 562. WANTED—To buy good stock ranch from 60 to 120 acres; easy terms. Address Box 3246; Capital News. .VANTED—Furnished house or apart ment bv re'iable family, no children. Write S. R. M- Box 73. WANTED—At once, second hand goods at Bears. Phono 794-W. tf 1 WHEN look lng for real estate or J trades of any kind see C. H. Bays, j Eagle, Idaho. tf ! WRITE us for complete Information 1 concerning company drilling In fa 1 mous Burkburnett field of Texas. j United Securitas Company, Hoff man building, Houston, Tex. AN EXPERIENCED teacher, especial ly fitted to do such work, will tutor applicants for certificates to be ob (ained in the November teachers'ex amination. Address 1964 Capital News. 1+ APPLE GROWERS ATTENTION * »«1* You can market ail your apples ! 4* by selling to us. We ship in bulk !♦ and pay you cash. Call or phone •f me at Idanha Hotel, O. J. Ander •k son, with A. T. Harmon & Co. + -9 + 4 + + + + WANTED—False teeth. Will pay j high as $12.50 for full sets. Mall; don't matter if broken. Satisfaction or goods returned. Western Metal !Co- Bloomington, 111. WANTED TO HEAR FROM OWNER of Hereford cattle. In market for 60 to 100 Hereford cows. Will buy or take on shares. I. R. Severtson, Crookston, Minn. \ BUSINESS OPPORTUNTIES ' FOR SADE —Butcher shop and gro- ^ eery. Good business cheap for cash. 13 Address Box 1969 Capital News. OPPORTUNITY to secure growing business in used car market and re- = pair shop. Save rent. Owner must leave at once. Address Capital News, Box 1970. INVESTMENTS-If 10 per cent to 20 - per cent interests you, write us; we handle gilt edge oil securities. NORTHERN TEXAS SECURITIES - CO- 217 Oil Operators Bldg- Ft. j Worth, Tex. IF you are Interested in buying Texas oil stocks, it will pay you to com- 1 municate with us as we are oil stock specialists. United Securities com- pany, Hoffman Building, Houston, Texas. FOR SALE— Bakery doing about $3,00u ptr month business. Address Box 1944 Capital News. |+* + + *6*<S' + *4> + + *l> + + + 1* GOOD GARAGE building; ga- ❖ 4* rage stock and accessories for ♦ <5 sale cheap or will exchange for ♦ 3* ranch or suburban property. 4* This business is well estab- «1» ♦ lished and paying. We invite ♦ ♦ examination. ♦ * SCHOOLER STARLING AGENCY * + Overland Bldg. 4* i **++ + + + + + + + + + + + + BUY AND HELL Oil Leases in Texas around drilling oil wells. Quick sales. Big money. Buy is worth the money, No capital required, nor experience necessary. We direct you. Texas oil leases in path of production have proven gold mines for agents and Investors. Everybody wants chance for fortune. Write quick for full de tails, our offer to agents. Great de mand for our leases. Have sold thousands of acres. Big excitement. Send name for free map and agents' proposition. Pecos Valley Co., 114V4 N. Robinson St- Oklahoma. Okla. SITUATIONS WANTED YOUNG man wishes work ss light truck driver. Will consider any thing. Phone 331. BRIGHT boy, 16, a bread winner, would like steady employment In city with chance of advancement. Capl tal News box 1973. yoUNa man wanta position, clerical work or clerking; has experience. Address Box 1972, Capital News. BOARD AND ROOMS ' ROOMS—With or without board, 1134 Bannock Bt. Phon# »**. tf BOARD AND ROOM In private family. $15 per week. Box 1*71, bare Capital Mow* ^ HI yj CA W T W — II — W O *" ^ A W ANTE D Miscellaneous prices paid for eggs and Boise Poultry Co., phone 209 PRICES paid for 2nd hand les. Jack Percy, Phone 322. lE'RE your dollar has more Furniture, rugs, stoves and The Company Store, #09 ho street. tf unfurnished house at once, rable will lease. Phone 962 NT HOUSES — Persons looking vacant houses are requested to Boise Commercial club. Phone ID—Plain sewing and dress making. Room 8, Shaw building. your old tires made Into good ones; 3,000 miles guaranteed on all work. Idaho Lock Stitch Tire Fac tory, 1120 Main St. mixed thin lambs or culls. Must be worth the money. Ore. Box 293, Nyssa, COLLECTIONS ER can get the money can. No collection, Box 187. ] If I iTD—-Veal calves nnd poultry. Telephone 1087. Skaggs United Stores. Cor. 9th and Idaho. BOISE FUR CO. 701 MAIN ST. re exclusive dealers In raw furs, and in touch with the best markets of the world and can pay as much as any eastern house. We can fur nish you with animal scent made Viy an experienced Idaho trapper, live us a trial. S. O. Kerley, Mgr. * \ ' ^ 13 = top for 1917 Ford. Call 1110 River. I'ANTED—Small modern bungalow from owner, who will take automo bile as first payment. Phone 1821W. all kinds of drummers' traps and supplies for sale. E. M. Bufort, 509 S. 13th St. Phone 2308VV. = - - j 1 i FOR SALE Miscellaneous good condition. Phone 1533W. 'OR SALE—A small library table and two rocking chairs. 1210 Idaho St. seating stove, in A1 condition. $25. Phone 1070M. port. In good condition, range and small cook stove, and other goods. 1209 Idaho Bt. FOR SALE top surry with pole and shafts, near ly new; one set lmnd-made double buggy harness, with collars. Also single harness with collar. Phone 323. Boise, Idaho, reservoir; Main. practically new. 1418 FLAT tpo desk, Golden Oak finish, at bargain. The Jenkins Furniture Co- Exchange Dept. We pay the highest price in cash or t|*ade for used furniture. BUCK range, 6 lids and water front, In excellent condition at $40. Dept. X)R BALE—Apples $1.25 to, $2 a box. good varieties. Also prunes, squash, carrots, potatoes, cabbage and other farm produce. Call 2446-W. HAY FOR SALE—200 tons alfalfa hay. Also 130 acres pasture. Have well water. S. E. Kilker. Dietrich, Ida. PEACHES—Home grown peaches, Boise valley grown and not bruised by leng hauling. Will be here alwiR Sept. 1st. Wall for the; ' 'ThrallklUs Grocery, 816 Main »I. FOR SALE—25 shares New York canal water atock. Inquire R°Ç™ Boise City National bank building. FOR SALE—Good used piano, 809 Bannock. cheap. FOR SALE—A barn at 101» Hays St. To be moved or torn down. FOR SALE—Strawberries for can ning, $1.75 per crate. Zürcher, Phone 21I2W. _ LAW BOOKS. $6 volumes of Idaho Report*. Flrat class condition. Box 18T. Boiae id*. FOR SALE Miscellaneous FIRST-CLASS top dressing for lawns. Phone 2459J. STRAWBERRIES. $1.50 crate, $1 per crate or half the berries, you pick them. Call 2446-W. FOR SALE—Grimes Golden, Jonathan, Snow and other varieties. Bring your own boxes. H. Aldridge, Ustlck. A MAJESTIC PIANO. l KNABE Parlor Grand la left with us for sale. This Is no infant sise ; hut a full parlor size and of a make . suitable for the finest home in Idaho. We have too much respect for this agency to quote the price we may accept for this almost brand new piano. An early call will save I some one a big part of their piano investment. WISE PTANO HOUSE FOR SALE—E flat saxophone In good shape. Call 1396. 1120 Washington. WHEAT—Wo want your wheat; Northern Grain & Warehouse com pany have opened offices at Central Coal & Seed Co., 814 Idaho St. Call Rodgers, Phone 1700 or 2526. I FOR SALE—A hall tree; leather por tiers, rocker, stand. Call Saturday at 1520 N. 7th. •— ] FOR KALE—Furniture, Including rugs, 1503 North 6th. FARMERS Market. 213 N. 10th. Open every day except Sundays, with fresh fruits and vegetables. FOR g'.ud second-hand tires see us. We have wonderful bargains. All work guaranteed. Idaho Lock Stitch Tire Factory, 1120 Main St. A GOOD paying ouslneBS clearing $15 per day on $600 investment for man 1 with a car. 3213 Capital Nows. -------6V4 UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO School of [ Music— Instruction in voice, piano, | I I theory and violin under well trained teachers. The department haa grown 1 rapidly during the last year. Write, University of Idaho, Moscow, for further Information. j | FOR SALE—Well-equtpped vulcaniz ing plant In Boise doing good busi ness. Owners compelled to sell on account other pressing business mat ters. Capital Vulcanizing Tire Co 1414 Main Bt. TYPEWRITER ribbons, $6 per dozen, postpaid. Brackney & Co- 490 Flint Bt- Portland, Ore. FOR SALE!—International 2-ton truck. Run 1,500 miles. Box 1968, Capital News. SMART LOOKING HATS at $5.00 and! $7.60. Nelson Millinery, 220 N. 8tli. | PEARS—All grades, 75 cents to $3.30 at ranch on edge of bench, south. Hor ace Myers. GAS water tank heater, handsome banquet oil lamp, bed-room china set; morning, 1005 Harrison Blvd. Phone 1475J. CALL Matkey for paper hanging, painting and tinting. Phone 1688. FOR SALE—4 acres corn for silage, or trade for hay; one fresh cow and 1 cream separator, Duemo. or trade for hay or calves. Phone 6R2. JONES FURNITURE CO- 706 MAIN, j SPECIAL BRENT GLASS china closet, waxed oak finish, like new. Price $35. Jew- j ell range, with water connection. | Good shape. IDAHO NATIVE HERBS-Whltehead j Drug Co- Boise, Id aho.___"| PLAIN sewing and Blk. Room 25. mending. Union 1 FOR SALE — A nice sewing machine cheap. Address 3248, Capital News. FOR SALE—A few bundles of clean old newspapers; 100 in a package; suitable for under carpets,_ starting fires, pantry shelves, etc.; 23c a bun dle. Capital News office. tf COMBINE ensilage cutter, roller mill, cement poat form, 3 gang plow*, 14-ft. silo form, road plow. E. W. Turner, I X L stock ranch._• HAVE customer who desires to pur ' chase home; wants to put In a good ..sed car as cash price on the deal. SCHOOLER-STARLING AGCY. 322-324-326 Overland Bldg. NEW model Moline tractor, lights, oil tanka, everything complete; just like new; plowed 60 acre; trade for horses, cattle, or what have youli W. Ai Willis, Gannett, Idaho. FOR SALE—A comparatively new grill or cafe In a good business town doing a flrat class business; to sell vary cheap. Schooler Starling Agency, Boise, Idaho, Oion« 177W. FOR SALE—English setter, partly broken. W. B. Butler, Eoloa, FOR SALE Livestock FOR SALE—Two good dairy cows and four yearling heifers. Phone 9R 6. FOR SALE—Little plggs. Phone -408R. FOR SALE CUBAP—5 Jersey cows, all fresh within last 8 months. Box 114, Boise. FOR SALE—Fresh milk cow. side, Iowa and Division. South FOR SALE—50 very choice registered ; ampshlre ewea nnd 50 ewe lambs; . alBQ one nnd flve _ year . 0 ld Shrop s j, lre rams . L. S. Dunham, Meridian. _________ _ p a t'tt f auction sale at STOCK CATTLE auction sa , I Nampa. Traders Sale 1 aids, SatSr day, Sept. 27, Nampa, Idaho—60 head of good quality Durham cows, 2 to 5 years old, and about 35 calves. These cattle are In good condition and well-bred stuff. I FOR SALF*—Fine red male calf. Phone I 2440W, FOR SALE—Ranch sheep, reasonable price. See P. S. Butler, Manitou hotel, Boise. HORSES—$25 each, and up W. T. Booth, 807 Bannock St. FOUR exceptionally good registered Percheron stallions, three years. , Terms. One registered Jack, two i years. Fine worker. Span geldings, two years. 8300 pounds. K. W. I Turner,I X L stock ninch. tf FOR 8ALE OR TR ADE WANTED—To trade sheep for small improved tract near Boise. Phone 38J3. TO TRADE for cattle or sheep—30 acres alfalfa ranch. Good irrigation. miles from Prosser; small house a rul barn. Address E. H. Gray, Prosser, Wash. poR SALE OR TRADE—For small tract near Boise, with good house and fruit and berries. Have 40 acres adjoining Melba with fine soil, all tinder cultivation, large 4-room house, large screened porch, stock and house cisterns; ideal location. Must leave account of sickness. Address Box 4, Melba, Idaho. FOR BALE OR TRADE—Ten acres land near Tacoma. Write W. A. Stites, Caldwell, Ida. FOR SALE OR TRADE—3-room cot tage; sewer and sidewalk; two porches. To sell on easy payments or trade for vacant lot. Capitol News, Box 3161. FOR SALE, or will take car in a trade, 10-room house, close In. Phone 895 or 1391W. FOR EXCHANGE—5-acre I'wma 9 year-oid apple orchard for Southern California. Owner. 4933 Me'.rose ave- Los Angeles. Calif. WILL TRADE FOR CATTLE. A six-cylinder, five-passenger touring car, recently over-hauled and first-class condition. $40 in extra equipment goes with car. Address box 1965 care Capita! News. LOST AND FOUND MAX'S pocketbook, containing $ r htM no— t n< papers anti calling cards. Return to ■ Boise Overland Garage. key, owner may have same bv calling at Capital News of fice and paying for this ad. , ut ls certlfi.o registry, Thursday. Oct. 2. Frank Gahley, Parma, Idaho. tes of Call Lib eral reward. LOST—Between 10th and 13th on Main, small black pocketbook containing $15. Call 2322R. Reward. _ TAKEN UP—Three horses, one light buv, one brown, one black. Phone 67 R l. LOST Black Call 185-W. fur at fair Thursday. Good reward. LOST—In Boise, gentleman's watch, gold-filled open fare. Call 2431W. LOST—Ixtdy's pocketbook. .-111 allotment payable 10 John David George, 1209 N. 22nd SI.. Boise. Ida. LOST—Watch charm consisting of Elk head and tooth, three links set with three stones, name of owner and other lettering engraved on back. Phone 62J1. LOST—A traveling hag. between Cen tral Cove and Caldwell. Finder please nqttfy Ellen Baker, 616 So. l^ith St- Boise. Reward. LOST—Scotch collie, yellow and white, peculiar nose; a Leadvllle tag on col lar- lately shorn. Finder notify Wm. Herrmann, 44 mil. south Franklin acbooL Reward. . ---------- FOR SALE Automobiles____ EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN USED CARS: Ford Delivery. Ford Ton Truck. Ford, 5-passenger. Maxwell, 5-passenger. Chalmers, 5-passenger. King Eight. BANNOCK MOTOR SALES CO 218 South Tenth St. Boise, Idaho Phone 28 FOR SALE—Chevrolet, used four months. Extra tire, good bargain. Good buy and terms. Phone 66R2. WE HAVE a 5-passenger Mitchell light six which we are rebuilding. This car will be like new all over. Price $1200. THE SIMS CO* 516 Main St. BUICK TRUCK. For sale, Byick truck. Engine and tires in good condition, but a little work required on body to make It first-cluss car. Can be bought for $200. One extra tire with machine. Phone 2461-M or seo truck at ce ment house between the southeasc corner of the fair grounds and the Franklin school. , i I USED CAR BARGAINS. 1915 Packard. 1915 Hudson 6-60, 7-pasa. 1915 Hudson 6-40, 7-pass. These cars are in first-class condi tion and good looking. GRANT BIX AUTO CO 206 Bo. Tenth St. FOR SALE—Ford bug. 1015 Jefferson. CHEVROLET—One touring ear, 1918; one roadster. 1918. Real buys. Grebe Auto Co., 9th and Grove. FOR SALE—1917 7-passenger Rtude liaker In good condition. Phone 654, P. O. box 313. FOR SALE—New 1303 Grand Ave. Buick 1920. Call WE HAVE A 7-passengei National big six which we are rebuilding, replac ing all worn parts, including motor. This will be almost a new car. Price $1,700. THE SIMS CO. 616 Main St.__ GRANT SIX machine shop will put your auto or truck In tip-top shape. Full equipment to overhaul all mod els. Expert workmanship. Reason able prices. 206 to 212 South Tenth street. tf FOR SALE—Second hand Ford cars. H. H. Brynnt & Son tf USED CARS. We buy and sell only; we do not take cars on commission. 1 slightly used Paige touring car. 1 Franklin touring car. Ford touring car, 1916; pFice. .$275.00 Saxon Six. 1916; price........$485.00 Saxon Six. late 1917; price----$725.00 Buick Six roadster, late 1917, price $ 1 , 000 . One Reo touring cur .........$1123.00 One Reo touring cur ......... 760.00 MARTIN GARAGE. Corner 15th and Main. **++♦++*+*++*♦*** * 'ALWAYS" some Ui-ed Car * + Barargatns at Shaun.m s. + •fr 1917 Ford Touring. + + 1916 Chevrolet Touring. v * 1918 Oldsmoblle "8". ♦ + 1917 7-Passenger Studebaker. *> * 1917 Oakland Touring. * 1917 7-Passenger National. + + 1916 Maxwell Touring. + * SUARMAX AUTO CO. * OF BOISE. o <• Empire Building. <• * + * * * ******* + + * + * USED autos and trucks are in big demand. Let us sell yours while the season is on. Palo Alto Auto Mar ket. FIVE passenger Overland car, class condition, for sale cheap, at 228 N. 8th SL first Call TO TRADE—Buick truck, will take good milch cows for machine. Phono 2451M. FOR SALE—Ford touring car, Stoll auto bid, storage battery, shock ab sorbers, A1 condition Apply $36 • PERSONAL FO R RE NT Houses so with per FOR RENT—6-room houi celain bath and garage. Schooler Starting Ajtean. Overland Bid* SKIN DISEASES. TREATMENT of smilp diseases. Mrs. E. B. Merrill, graifliate of Cobb sys tem; visiting practice by appoint«, ment. Rooms 403-604 Pinney Bldg' Phone 2723.