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SHI DISK 10 BECOME GENERIL
. IN SPITE OF EETEBMINED OPPOSITION
Competition With Railroads Trucks Have Proven Highly
Efficient and Earned Permanent Place in Industrial World
—Recent History-making Journeys Open Public's Eyes—
Yet Must Face Persistent Handicaps.
Motor truck transportation has es
tablished itself in the world of business
,to stay. During the wur It came to the
aid of the railroads ln such fashion as
to prove a life-saver for rail transpor
tation and the great cause it was serv
ing. Yet because of the competition
4 which has followed the war, especially
»between truck systems and railroad
[branch lines, an opposition of which
»he general public little dreams has
sprung up to the development of motor
transportation.
* Truths about the possibilities the fil
s' iture holds for the general use of mo
; (tor trucks for the haul of farm pro
duce, livestock and commercial com
modities over short distances, are yet
jto be brought out. Demonstration'- by
'truck trains operating from city to
icity and by transcontinental tours are
(great educators which Will bring these
»ruths to light.
k Meanwhile in every corner of the
nited States where the beneficial ef
cts of the motor truck have been felt
opposing forces are doing their utmost
jto combat the inevitable spreading of
Jithe motor transport idea. Just now
I Ithese forces are working desperately,
J though quietly, to stay the dcvelop
' fnent of the greatest modern trans
' portatlon medium.
MORE THAN EXPERIMENT
L Referring to this an it development
nd the conflict to which it has given
|-ise an interview has been given out
by Roy D. Heart z, general manager of
the Moreland Motor Truck company,
who has closely followed the moves of
tho oppositin as well as the strides of
the truck movement. Says Mr. Heart«:
"When the motor truck was first
given Its taste of what, the future held
for it there were very few people who
Tealized the advantages offered by mo
tor transportation, and most people
gn iwere content to look upon tl,ie motor
•■[truck as nothing more or loss than an
Jr „'experiment. This intention, however,
baa been forever eliminated, because
the motor truck withstood the rigorous
I tests it was subjected to. and it has
* emerged with a perfect score.
RAIL COMPETITION
"The practicability of the motor
truck has been proven in telltale fig
ures until now it is universally recog
nized as an established transportation
.medium. The history and success of
motor transportation lias been builded
upon actual operation and execution.
Instead of alluring inducements from
governmental sources in the nature of
material gifts.
"Competition is the greatest producer
of officio-ncy known. During the past
WITH THE EXTENSION PEOPLE
THE NEW IDAHO SEED GRADES.
By B. F. SHEEHAN
State Seed Commissioner; Agronomist
of University of Idaho Extension
Division.
The bureau of markets, Idaho depart
rient of agriculture, has recently pro
mulgated standards for sale of timothy,
alfalfg, red clover, alsike clover ami
I white clover in tills state. These
grades went into effect July 1. 1919.
and it is upon these grades that all
sale of above mentioned seeds shall
be made.
The grades established are Extra
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firm or
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a- no '
sells or ha»
in his possef$s
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for •
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Jly attached
shall 1m
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thereto,
stating tl
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ade !
iof that lot
of- seed.
Also
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of noxious
weed seeds c<
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in j
th seed.
NOXIOUS WEED SEEDS.
"Weed seeds considered as noxious
K nder the new regulations are quack
rass, Canada thistle, buckhorn, brae
ted plantain, poverty weed, dodder (any
species), mustard (any species », corn
cockle, French weed, night flowering'
catch fly, hoary cress, blue lettuce,
.white cockle, perennial sow thistle
and wild oats.
Extra No. 1 seed has to be pure as
to kind, clean, Bound, plump, of bright
and live color, free from the seeds
of any noxious weed seeds and must
bave a purity test of 99 per cent or
above.
It has been indicatid that some
We Buy Liberty Bonds
At highest market price«. Mail year
bonde. We remit the same day.
WYMAN REALTY A BROKERAGE
COMPANY
106 Overland Phone 1000
Capital City Shoe Shop
10th and Idaho Sts. Phona 322.
Shoes Manufactured to Order.
First Claes Khoe Repairing.
, We will »end your ftlioes C. O. D. or
parcel poet. Wc buy and sell second
band shoes.
PETER GLAVANOFF. Prop.
SCHREIBER
SIDEN FA DEN
UNDERTAKERS AND
ElIBAUiERS
Fl aea t Undertaking Bttab.
M ahmant and Funeral
„ Chapel in tha State
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two years or more there has been con
siderable competition between the rail
roads, specializing on short hauls, and
the motor truck. Tho reason for this
is largely due to freight congestive
conditions, which ware somewhat
caused by the hustle and bustle of war
work. The immediate success and rec
ognition of motor transportation as be
ing superior to short lino railroads is
largely due to' the war.
NEW BATTLE SINCE WAR
"Now that fighting has ceased 'over
there' another momentous battle Is be
ing staged at home between the rail
roads and motor transportation.
"Fees and more fees, taxes and still
more taxes, have been levied on Indi
vidual operators of trucks, and in fact
all those who find it necessary to util
ize motorized equipment, while *it has
been proposed in many parts of the
country to even increase the exorbi
tant licenses that are now' in force. To
carry out this intention would mean
stagnating the most expedition's means
of transportation for short hauling
purposes available. Thus it has be
come necessary for representatives of
motor transportation to stand up for
the rights that are due every American
citizen, and appeals will necessarily be
made to tho federal, stale and civic
governments for fair treatment—noth
ing more.
COUNTRY AWAKENED
"The now universally known 'Ship
by-Truck' movement, which had Iih in
ception in the east, and which is being
furthered by a well known rubber com
pany, is but one of the many preva
lent. examples of what motor transpor
tation means to the individual. Then,
too, the history-making transcontinen
tal journey of the government motor
convoy, which recently was completed
in San Francisco, is suflcient proof
that official Washington is likewise
taking heed of the feats performable
by the motor truck. Lastly, i*i current
motor truck demonstration of northern
California, which respited in sending a
caravan from iSan Franehi'o to Los
Angeles, and which was followed up
tills week by a southern California
tour of trucks from Los Angeles motor
truck dealers, gives evidence that the
entire country has awakened to the
realization that motor transportation
is not only feasible and practical, but
that it is here to stay.
"By expansively using motor trucks
the high cost of living can be neu
tralized. as it Is a proven fact that it
is cheaper to ship by motor truck over
a short distance then by rail, to say
nothing of the time saved."
confusion is liable to result over the j
establishment of an extra Xa. 1 grade, j
and that the farmer will think he is i
obtaining seed of the best quality in |
No. 1. It should be remembered that ;
Idaho produces a quality of seed which ]
is excelled by no other state in the J
Union. The color and plumpness of
Idaho seed is better than that produced !
in any other section of the country, j
Dealers In the east, have for a long
'time purchased Idaho seed to blend
with the poorer quality seed produced
{east of the Rockies. Seed of extra
qualit
and should
receive a pi
rice t Ha t such
seed WHrran
its,
Therefore, the eetab
lushing of a
ii
extra No.
1 grade will
enable idahe
» f
arm er s to
market extra
qualit y «r ed
for a prem
ium.
Grade No.
1
should be
clean, plump.
of good eol«
Dr
and have
a purity test
Of 98 tier re
n(
or above.
Seeds of al
fulfil and re
d
clover shu
ii contain le.Js
than eight »
>f :
any or all
noxious weed
«ceils per pou
nd and
alsike clover.
white clovci
and timothy ahaJl con
tain less tha
11
21 of any
or all noxious
weed seeds per pound.
Grade No. 2 shall he dean, sound and
shall have a purity test of 97 per cent
or above. Alfalfa and red clover shall
contain less than 15 noxious weed seeds
per pound and alsike clover, white
clover and timothy shall contain less
than 41 noxious weed seeds per pound,
Grade No. 3 shall have a purity test
of 95 per cent or above. Alfalfa may
contain 24 noxious weed seeds per
pound, red clover 23, alsike clover tj'S.
white clover ÏS, and timothy 150.
"No Grade" seed is any seed that
does not come within one of the first
four mentioned »trades. Such seed can
not he sold in Idaho for seeding pur
j poses, but may be sold to a cleaning
establishment to be cleaned and graded.
GIVES INFORMATION.
! The Brades as established will give
'he farmer more accurate and under
standable information regarding: the
seed purchased for planting, making
'it harder for seed companies outside
the state to stilp In seed of poor qual
ity; also farmers who can not readily
sell their seed on tho market on ac
count of poor quality can not shove It
oft on their neighbor» for (rood seed,
as every lot sold must hove the (trade
on the tajr no matter whether It be
dealer or farmer making the #ale.
Grades will uphold the dealer In good
•coda and discourage those who have
been profiting by handling an Inferior
produot. The present producer of poor
seed will exercise more care in the
iseed he purchase» and the cultural
• practices he follows. The farmer who
I Is particular with his seed crop will
he paid for the patiiB he has taken.
; A premium will he placed upon seed
of exceptional high quality, In many
sections of Idaho poor seed has sold at
i fabulous prices. Competition has been
i keen for Idaho seed and there has been
no great Incentive for the production
iof nn extra quality eeed. Because or
i tills condition, the quality of Idaho seed
has gone down In the past few years
and unless Immediate steps are taken
to raise the purity, farmere of Idaho
may soon find It difficult to secure a
ready market for their product.
l'armer« should remember that the
state maintains a seed tenting labora
tory |n Baise, where purity and ger
mination tests are made, free of
charge. Dealers are required to pay
25 cents for eaah test, A branch labo
ratory has reeently been established
at Moscow, whore suoh tests are made.
The farmer shoald take advantage of
this and Insure himaetf against the
purchase of seed of poor quality.
My HEART and
My HUSBAND
Adele Garrison't New Phaae of
Revelations
of a Wife
What Lillian Suggetted to
Mad go.
I CpTTLD not help wondering Juet what
train of thought Lillian was follow
ing, for her only interruption» were
those concerning the frustrated attempt
of Miliy Btockbrtdge to tamper with my
fruit punoh, and the episode of the tea.
She listened in silence to my tale of
the telephone conversation the frenzied
woman had had with me but a little
while before she was found dead, of the
threats ehe had made, of the mysteri
ously severed telephone wire, end of
Mr. Stookbrldge's queer behavior. Rut
at my mention of the man who had
called upon me she lifted her head for
the first time.
"Abi" ehe said, drawing a sibilant
breath. "Now we cOnis to the cmllud
gonleman in the woodpile. What did he
look like—this chap who claimed to be
Mr. fltookbridge's attorney?"
I described him minutely. This time
to my surprise ehe kept her eyes fixed
upon mine as I talked.
"You ought to thank your lucky stare
for your memory, Madge.'* ehe aald.
"Your description of that man le as
good as a photograph for me -better, la
factr-for a photograph wouldn't repro
duce some of the little earmarks you
have noted."
A Memory Teel.
Something in her manner made me
think she recognized some of the pecu
liarities of which I had spoken. Was it
possible that she knew the man's iden
tity? In my excitement I almost put
the query to her. hut I checked myself
in time. If she thought it best for me
to share her knowledge I knew that she
would tell me everything without ques
tioning. I made her see how vital It woe
thot the man's Identity be established.
That was all with which I needed fo
concern myself. The rest could safely
he left kl her hands.
A little later I found that she wished
more than a description of the man's
person. After sitting rigidly silent for a
moment or two while she evidently
conned and filed for future reference
the information Ï had given her. she
spoke again, abruptly.
"Now I want another test of your
memory, Madge. Can you give me your
conversation with that man verbatim,
even to the inflections of your voices? I
want to see whether he got anything
out of you."
T do not believe that I have ever ex
perienced a more delicious moment of
gratified prid© than that which came to
me when, at the close of my narration—
which was an exact reproduction of my
conversation with the mysterious
stranger—Lillian aaid approvingly and
with lingering emphasis:
"G-o-o-d g-i-r-1! You didn't give him
even the tiniest crumb of information,
and that's vital In thlj mess. Be sure
that you stick to exactly the same atti
tude when the man comes back."
Lillian's Pians.
"Oh, do you think ha will come back?"
I asked dismayed.
"Why, of course!" Lillian returned.
The next minute she looked up at me,
her eyes gleaming as they always do
with the sudden flashing of a new
scheme into her brain.
"How would you like to hare me deal
with the gentleman when next h* ap
pears?" she asked, with a grimness that
spelled distinct unpleasantness for the
man of whom she spoke.
"Like it!" I exclaimed, with a wave of
r*Hef rushing over me at the thought.
"But how can it be managed? Your
work—"
"Think you'd like me as a neighbor?"
Lillian spoke flippantly, and iny spirits
rose accordingly. When site has decided
upon some course of action or has
straightened out a problem in her own
mind she always becomes frivolous. 1
knew that for the present, at least, ehe
mu«» apprehend no danger to me.
"A neighbor!" I echoed.
"The same." Lillian rose and made
me a funny, awkward little bow. "Pleas#
Mi.^s Graham. I'd like to borrow' a rup
of sugar and some eggs, and if you've
got the pattern of that skirt you've got
on I'd admire to copy It."
I rushed at her ar.d gave her an ex
asperated little shake.
"Will you tell me what you mean thle
minute?" I demanded.
"Simply that if Mrs. Durkee will let
me. and I think rfie will Marlon and I
will come down here to board with her
this summer."
"You'll do no such thing"' T cried
hotly. "You'll come to us as our guest."
Lillian tapped me gayly on the fore
head.
"Better furnish that soon," she ad
vised. "Just run over your household,
please. Item, one temoeramental baby.
Item, onemore-than-temper&mental hus
band. Item, one mother-in-law of whose
temperament w© will charitably not
speak. Item, one semi-invalid father.
I'em, one maid with dynamite possibili
ties. Nay. nay. pi y dear, as guests for
a week-end or something like that, love
ly! But for us to b# here all aummsr—
lm-pos.i-1-blla!" But I'll be near enough
eo that for ail offensive and defensive
purposes I might as well be In the same
house."
A new oil can has a flexible spout
to reach plane» In machinery difficult
of nrcesa without spilling.
IN EFFECT DEC. 1. ««1«
Interurban Tim» Tabla
Bei«. Valley Traction Company
NORTHERN DIVISION
Le. Boise for JCagl». Star. Middleton
and Caldwell—7:01, «00, U:M
a. m.; 1:00, * 00 . 4:00, fc:$w 7.0ft,
0:00, 11:90 p. m.
Lr. Boise for Duncan—1:00 a. m. aal
ft: 10 p m.
Lt. Duncan for Boiao—8:3$ a. at.
and 0:3$ p. m.
SOUTHERN qiVISION.
Lr. Boiao far Meridian, Nampa aad
Caldwell—0:30, S:00, lb:00. 18:90
a. aa.i 2:00. 4:99. 4:00, 4:11, 9:99
10:00, «11.00 p. m.
* To Nampa only.
Lr. Boiao for McDermott—4:84,
10:90 a. m. and ft:00 p. m.
Lr, McDarmott for Bolaa--l:*E
19:99 a. a. aad 8:11 p. an,
Bobedule subject to ahanpo with
out notice.
C»ICHE§mapJLLL3
■ ywn kam w Put. Ml«. AlewëHHP
SOU) BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
TOO LATE TO OLA«8IFY
FOR BA I,B—Electrle
Phone 1445 J.
Stove, 125.00.
FOR BADE-—Good lient In* stove, phone
144« M, or Inquire 1510 N. 7th Bt.
FOR QUICK SALE—120 acres river
right, all fenced, fair house. $75.00 per
acre; one-half crsIi, balance easy
payments. Writs R. 13.. Box 10$7,
Boise.
CHIMNEY SWEEP.
WHAT Is the matter with Boise hav
ing no chimney catch on fire? H I»
because the people are Kettln* ac
quainted with J. H. Percy, profes
sional chimney sweep of Boise.
Phone 322.
FOR 8AI.B—One 1918 Ford truck. !
house, two lots, team and harnss»
wagon, one acre In Meridian. George
Anderson, Meridian. 1
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♦ +
+ FIVE acres, high slat* of cultl
♦ vattun, fine home, bungalow.
♦ barn and two deep living wa
♦ ter wells, nice orchard, most
♦ !y delicious npples. small fruit,
♦ 4'j acres In alfalfa, at only
♦ $5250.00. 2 miles from Boise
♦ on sand macadam road.
♦ SCHOOI.BR STABLING *
♦ AGENCY. ♦
<$> 822-324-326 Overland Bldg. 4
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1 O LOAN—Any »mounts on business
or residence property. Monthly pay
ments. Reasonable terms. Buis
Thrallldll A Co , 105 N.. 10th St.
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CHIMNEY SWEEP—For professional
chimney sweep work call Les Poters.
Central Fire station.
v LADY BARBERS.
THE BANNOCK, 808 Bannock.
CALI, that man Dick when selling fur
niture. He has a machine and will
call promptly. Standard Exchange
Store, Twelfth and Main, phone 898.
tf
CALL 2174W for your carpenter.
CALL us for your painting and tinting.
Phone 2272K.
PACIFIC RESTAURANT is tho place
to get real -home-cooked meals at ,
lowest prices. Best in town. Chick-I.?
fit dinner an Sundays. Give us a
NT'-BONE corsetler. Call 2679W.
THE ELEVENTH carload just arrived.
The wonderful Howard Overdraft
Heating Stove sa\es your fuel and
warms the floor. The Company Store.
Roberts Bros., Sole Agents, 909-11
Idaho St.
EIDS on U. P. Church, King Hill, Ida.
Bids to bo opened 2 p. m., Oct. 20.
Plans at King Hill and Wayland and
Fennell, architects, Boise.
ADCOX AUTO SCHOOL,
UNION AVE. & WASCO STREET,
PORTLAND, OREGON.
"The School That's Different..'' The
school ti\at graduates a larger per
centage of successful students than
any other school in America. One
week free to convince you. Write
at once for special fall offer and
big 100-page catalog. FREE,
for Book No. 9B.
1007
FOR SALE—Imperial six-hole range.
Phone 2827 J. Call 1209 N. 25th St. I
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FARM. LOANS—Any amounts on
good farms or ranches. Reasonable
rates and terms. Prompt action.
BUIS THRAJLK1LL & CO.
DRESSMAKING, remodeling and
mending. Room 23, Union blk.
GILBERT & BARKER garage size
gasoline pump new $8. A speedy
one. Fairview Gasoline station.
ASK J
FOR SALE—Four bowling alleys
good condition. $500. Call 1001
Main Pt„ phone 787W.
QUICK LOANS made on real estate
and chattels of all kinds. 205 Mc
Carty Bldg.
_____JLEGAL^NOTICE
STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP.
Management, Circulation, Ftc.
Of the SUNDAY CAPITAL NEWS,
published weekly at Boise. Idaho, as
required by the Act of oCngress of An
mist 24. 1912. Publisher. The Capital I
News Pub. Co., Ltd.; Editor and Man
eglng Editor. H. A. Lawson, General
'Manager, R. S. Sheridan; business
j manager. George L. Fleharty, all of
I Boise, Idaho. Stockholders holding
! more than one per cent of the stock,
E. H. Dewey and W. C. Dewey, of
fer Mahn, tf
Dewey and W. C. Dewey of Nampa,]
j Idaho, and R. S. Sheridan of Boise. ;
fdalio. The average number of
copies o feach Issue of this publica
tion role! or distributed through the
mails f»r otherwise to paid subscribers
during the six months preceding tlie
date of this statement. 10,506.
R. S. SHERIDAN.
General «Manager,
j Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 6th day of October, 1919.
A. S. PARKER.
Notary Public.
! (Seal). My commission expires July
14, 1923.
i
NOTICE.
An assessment of 75 rent
( has been levied upon tin* capital stock
] of the Thurman Mill Ditch company,
I which is now due and payable on or be
■ fore Nov. 15, 1919 ,at the residence of
;the secretary, Alex Larson, Rt, No. 1,
Boise, Idaho.—Adv. N. 12
CITY DYE WORKS
Best «quipped In the stnt«; all kinds
of clothsa Cleaned, Dyad, Repaired and
Brassed. Phones 44 and 1S»S.
EVERSHARP
PENCIL
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00
and $3.00.
gos t.AiN st. J. T. LAUGHLIN
mr~
HALLMARK
Stops
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per share ;
Follow the Crowd to
SELLERS
Bargain Basement
824 MAIN
Picture Framing
Fronted and Unframed.
Pictures and Art Novelties.
FAUST'S ART STORE
910 Idaho.
____ LEGAL NOTICES.
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE
COUNTY OF ADA, STATE OF
IDAHO.
1" the matter of the estate of Har
hiett Basor, deceased.
Orden To show cause why order of
Sa l? rea * estate should not be made.
Philip l. Sniaus. the executor of the
last will and testament of Harriett
Hasor. deceased, having filed his peti
tion herein praying for nn order of sale
of the real estate of said decedent, for
the purposes therein set forth: it in
therefore
ORDERED by the sahl court that all
persons Interested in th» estate of said
deceased appear before the »aid pro
bate court on Saturday, the 8th day of;
November, 1*19. at 10 o'clock In the
forenoon of said day. at the court
!'com of s.-iiii probate court, at the coun
!*>' court house In the county of Ada,
to show cause why an order should
'"'i b( ' granted to the snid executor to;
sell so much of the real estate of the
»aid deceased as shall he necessary;
All 1 * 'hat a copy of this order be
published at. least once a week for not
less tliun four successive weeks In the
Sunday Capital News, a newspaper
pt inted and published In said Ada coitn
Idaho, and that said publication be
completed at least five days prior to
said 8th day of November, 1919.
Dated Oct. 1, 1919.
D. T. MILLER.
Judge of Probate Court.
WM. C. DUNBAR,
Attorney for Executor.
Residence. Boise, Idaho. S. O., N. 2
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE
COUNTY OF ADA, STATE
OF IDAHO, *
In tho Matter of the Eatale of Frank
L. Peabody, Deceased.
Older to Show Cause Why An Order of,
the Sale of the Real Estate Should
Not be Made.
It appearing to the satisfaction of
Ora Peubody, administratrix of the
Ora Peabody, administratrix of the;
estute of Frank I. Peabody, deceased,
on file herein, that it is necessary to
»ell the whole of the estate of said
deceased.
It Is ordered by the court that all!
peraons interested in the estate of
IT an k Peabody, deeeuseri, appear
before the Probate Court of the County
of Ada, State of Idaho, in the court
room thereof in said county and Rtatej
on the 3rd day of November, 1919,
1A , . . . -
o clock in the forenoon of said day,
!î} en ? nd ,hp ' e sho , w cau,e ' if an - v
'they have, why an order as prayed in
in the petition should not be granted!
to the said administratrix to sell the
real estate of said deceased at private
sale for the purposes mentioned in the
petition as she shall judge to be for
the best interest of said estate and of
the parties interested therein.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published at least, once a
week for five successive weeks in the
Sunday Capital News, a newspaper
printed and published in said county.
Dated this 27th day of September,
1919.
D. T. MILLER.
Probate Judge.
Adv. S. O. O. 26
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
lhon >'
law ï
1608 Idaho building
Eatate of Frank Richter, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned Anthony Von Padua, ad
miniatrator of the estate of Frank
Richter, deceased, to th«' creditors of
_land all persons having claims against
the said deceased, to exhibit them
with the necessary vouchers, within
four months after the first publicu
catlon of this notice, to the said An
ti Padua, administrator at th ?
Frawley and Koelsch.
Boise, County of
da. State of Idaho, this being the
place fixed for the transaction of the.
I usines« of said estate.
Dated October 10th. 1919.
ANTHONY VON PADUA,
Administrator of the Estate of
Frank Richter,, Deceased.
Frawley and Koelsch, Attorneys for
Administrator, 608 Idaho Building.
Boi.-e, Idaho. 80N2'
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CALL FOR BIDS.
Sealed proposals addressed to the
Gem Irrigation District, at Homedale,
Idaho, and endorsed "Proposals For
Enlarging the 'A' Canal," will be re
ceived at the office of tHe Gem Irriga
tion District, at Homedale, Idaho, until
10 a. m. on the 15th .da) of October,
1919, for the enlargii«: of the "A" can
al, and said bids win at that time be
publicly 'opened and read.
Plans, specifications, forms of pro
posal and other information may be
had on application to the secretary of
rd of directors of the Gem Ir
|o."cr ^ work
rira tion District at Homedale. Idaho.
Bids will be received on all or any
poriioi^of the work as set forth in the!
proposals. All bids must he submit-1
ted on the blank proposal forms fur
nished by the District.
Bidders must make personal exam-|
be done.
The right is reserved to reject any or
all bids.
By order of the Board of Directors]
of the Gem Irrigation District.
R. W. VANDERHOOF,
President Board of Directors, Gem Ir
ligation District.—Adv. 014;
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL OISTRICT OF
THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND
FOR ADA COUNTY.
All«« Summons for Publication.
David W. Holman, Plaintiff, vs. Mrs. C.
K. Holman, Defendant.
Th© State of Idaho sends greetings to
Mrs. f\ K. Holmnutn, th© above named
defendant.
Vou are heieby notified that a com
plaint has been filed uguinsi you in tbs
district court of the Third Judicial dis
trict of the State of Idaho, in and for
th© County of Ada. by the above named
plaintiff. This notion Is brought to re
cover a dissolution of the bonds of matri
mony existing between thtN plaintiff and
this defendant on the grounds of deser
tion which has existed for more than
one year last past.
And you are hereby directed to appear
and answer the said complaint, within
twenty days of the service of this sum
mons if served within said Judicial rls
trlct and within forty days if served else
where; and you are ffirthsr notified that
unless you so appeal- and answer said
complaint within the time herein speci
fied, tire plaintiff will take judgment
uqatnat you as prayed in said complaint. I
Witness my hann and the seal of said
dstrlct court this 3d day of September,
1919,
STEPHEN UTTER,
Clerk.
By THOS. E. POWELL, Deputy.
W. H. Kavidge, Attorney for Plaintiff,
residing at Boise, Idaho, "
IUI $ in mm it t,
fiOadvOctls
MEN
Successful treatment is what you want. Our most
careful attention, given to each case until well. We use
the most scientifio treatment in ail acute and venereal
diseases. A stock Neo Salvarsan always on hand for
treatment of blood disorders. All private and chronio
diseases of men,
Consultation and advice free.
IDAHO MEDICAL CO.
« 7. > ODD PELLOWÉ BLDflL
Ask your grocer for Stephan's Har
vest Bread. It Is of the highest qual
ity and always uniform.—Adv.
You Will Went to Feint
or Varnleh your car thle eprtng; It'e
eaey to do if you will uae Sherwin
Williams Auto Paints. They go oa
without showing laps or brush marke.
And, say, that top and seat dressing
make the top and seats tust the Mime
as when new,
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PROTECTIVE
ASSOCIATION
Under new management since July 1.
After two years' experience with the
work of the M. P. A. in both collection
and rating departments. Paul Pizey
purchased the interest of 11. S. Kess
ler and now has complete charge.
has been
The rating department Is fully
equipped and forma the Credit Clear
ing House for the Boise territory. We
still issue the "Green Book."
Send us your collections and writs
for racing contract.
We believe in the three R's—Re
sults—Reports and Remittances.
C23 Empire Building. Phone 1314W
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AUTO STAGE LINES
EMMETT
Lsavs Bois« ............8:15 a. m.
Leave Boise ............4:30 p. m.
Emmett to Boise ........8:00 a. m.
Emmatt to Boise ........2:15 p. m.
Fare tame a« railroad .......$1.80
Every day including Sunday
HORSE8HOE BEND
Lakeport train connaetion for
Cascade, Banks, Smithferry, Lake
port
Leave Boise..............9:15 a. m.
Arrive Horseshoe Bend.. 11:00 a. m.
Leave Horseshoe Bend on arrival
of southbound train.
Far» same as railroad ........$2.95
TRASK BROS.. INC.
AUTO STAGE LINES
Phon# No. 2 Office 112 N. 12th St.
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CO., INC.
15th Av», and Front St.
NAMPA, IDAHO. PHONE SI
Dealers In Hides, Tallow,
Pelts, Wool and Furs.
Pries list mailed to you upon request
Try uo with a shipment.
THE
FIRST NATIONAL
BANK OF MERIDIAN
Capital arid Surplus «55,000
Resources over «600,000
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent
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National
FEDERAL
RESERVE
Bank
SYSTEM.
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CAPITAL .
$300.000.00
THE IDAN-HA
Leading Hotel of Boise
European Plan.
In the cent«» of everythin»
Commercial and Stockbrokers
Hsadquartero.
First-Class Dining Room
Rates, without both, $1.00 up:
With bath, $1.50 up.
IDAN-HA HOTEL CO. Prep,
THE BRISTOL
a«!««'« Popular Hotel.
Now and Strictly Modern.
POPULAR PRICE#
H. D. CASHO.
OVERLAND HOTEL
Roems madam. Rataa SOo, 75e, $1.00
Rat«« by the Weak.
218 South «th «L
ED « SMITH, Pro»
HOTEL GRAND
BOIte't NEWEST HOTEL.
Commercial M»n'a Headquarter«,
Moot at tract Ivo lobby In the a tat«
PRANK BLACKINQtR. PROP.
Etrictly Modem Popular Priooe
FOR Mit
auto mob ile«
WE HAVE a 5-passenger Mitchell
light six which wte are rebuilding.
This car will be like new all over.
Price $1200.
THE SIMS CO.,
516 Main St.
19J9 UEO six. seven passenger. In first
class condition, at a very low price,
see it and make offer. Palo Alto
Auto Market.
USED CARS FOR SALE.
Buick truck. $250. Overland delivery,
$250. Maxwell, $400. Saxon six. $560.
Grant six, $600. Palo Alto, 23rd and
FaJrview
ONE almost new 490 Chevrolet touring,
a good buy, $650. Awso one 490 1918
roadster und a 1917 Ford touring, at
special prices.
GREBE AUTO CO„
•th and Grove Sts., Boise.
FOR BALK OR EXCHANGE—4-ton
Kelly-Springfleld truck and 5-ton
Troy trailer: steel bodies and $50(1
worth of extra». Equipment cost
$8.()0u new. Will exchange for good
used car In the Cadillac class.
Mechanics and truck expert, wel
come. Call 456 Yates building.
EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN USED
CARS.
Ford light delivery.
Ford ton truck.
Ford touring car.
Ford Sedan.
Maxwell, 5 passenger.
Buick. 5-passenger,
t'halmers, 5-passenger.
Chalmers. 7-passenger.
King 8. 7-passenger.
Bannock Motor Sales Co.
218 S. Tenth St.
Boise, Idaho, Phone 28.
BUICK TRUCK.
For sale. Buick truck. Engine and
tires in good condition, but a little
work required on body to make It
I first-cluss car. Can be bought for
j 1200. One extra tire with machine.
Phon« 2451-M or see truck at ce
i ment house between the strjtheast
I corner of the fair grounds and the
; Franklin school.
USED CAR BARGAINS,
1915 Packard.
j 1915 Hudson 6-60, 7-pasa.
1 1915 Hudson 6-40, 7-pass.
I These cars are in first-class condi
tion and good looking.
GRANT SIX AUTO CO.,
206 So. Tenth St.
FOR SALE—B'ord bug. 1015 Jefferson.
CHEVROLET—One touring car, 1918;
one roadster, 1918. Real buys.
Grebe Auto Co.. 9th and Grove.
FOR BALE—1917 7-passenger Stude
baker In good condition. Phone 654,
P. O. box 313.
FOR SALE—New
1303 Grand Ave.
Buick 1920. Call
WE HAVE A "-passenger 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.
516 Main St.
GRANT 8177 machine chop will put
your auto or truck in tip-top shape,
Full equipment to overhaul all mod
eis. Expert workmanship, Reason
able pi Ices. 296 to 213 South Tenth
street. ti 1
FOR SALE—Second hand Ford curs,
H. H. Brynnt & Son tf
USED CAR&.
AVe buy and sell only; we do not
take vara on commission.
1 slightly used Paige touring car.
1 Franklin tourlnc car.
Ford touring car, 1916. price.. 1275. ■'»
Saxon Six, 1916; price........*485.90
Saxon Six. late 1917; price----$725.00
Buick Six roadster, lata 1917, price
$1,000.
One Reo touring car .........$1125.00
Une Reo touring car ......... 750.00
MARTIN GARAGE.
Corner 15th and Main.
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♦ 'ALWAYS" some Ured Car 4'
+ Barargalns at Sharman'o. <'
4- 1917 Ford Touring. 4'
4" 1916 Chevrolet Touring. 4*
♦ 1918 Oldsmoblle "8". ♦ '
♦ 1917 7-Passenger Studebaker. *
4> 1917 Oakland Touring. • -V
4* 1917 7-Pa*senger National. *
4- 1916 Maxwell Touring. 4*
4« SHARMAN AUTO CO. *
4* OF BOISE. f
<• Empire Building. •*
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USED autos and trucks are in big
demand. Lot ua sell yours while tha
season la on. Palo Alto Auto Mar
ket.
FIVE passenger Overland car, first
cldss condition, for aale cheap. Call
at 223 N. 8th St.
TO TRADE—Buick truck, will take
good milch coas for machina. Phone
2451M.
FOR SAI*E—Ford touring car, Stoll
auto bed, storage battery, shock ab
sorbera. Al condition. Apply 806
Frumback.
PERSONAL
PROSTRATE disorders, bluddea trou
ble in inen; getting up frequently In
night, dome without drugs privately
at home; doctors, osteopaths chiro
practors, physical culture directors
use It; easily used by anyone anj -
where; no matter what you have
tried or how old the case, this meth
od will bring results quickly. Wri'e
for free illustrated booklet and ci*'
vlnclny testimony. Electrothermal
Uo., 139 Harrison Bldg., Steubenville,
Ohio.
GET MARRIED — Best matrlomntal
magasine published mailed free.
Many worth from $1000 up; elthei
sex. I-adles send age and descrip
tion. American Distributor, Blalrs
vllle. Pennsylvania.
PERSONAL,—Single ladles and gentle
man wishing a suitable correspon
dent, try New Acquaintance Club.
Address Mrs. Eatella Hamrick, Sec'.v,
Box 194, Kewanee, 111.
BEAUTY SECRETS Including $8 clear
skin recipe of famous beauty doctor
for 10c coin or stamps. Write today.
Agents wanted. Angelua Chemical
Works, 5457 Central Ave., Los Ange
le#, Calif.
IF Ypu wish « pretty and wealthv
wlfa or husband, write me. Stamped
envelop» or no reply. Lillian Sproul,
Station H, Cleveland. Ohio.
SKIN DISEASES.
TREATMENT of scalp disease», lira
B. B. Merrill, graduate of Cobb ays*
tom; visiting practica by appoints
ment. Rooms 408*404 Plnnay DUE
Phon# Ï7Î8,

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