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In The Local Political Field
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Emmitt Pfost has made one at the
best incumbents of the Sheriff's of
fice that the people of Ada county
He has made pood in
every particular. Alert and viligant
he has been successful in apprehend
ing criminals; with a keen sense of
ever elected.
public duty, he has been thoroughly ef
ficient and economical in the manage
It-is a safe rule
ment of his office,
and one strongly recognized by the
American people that at faithful of
ficial is entitled to a second term.
H. A. Lawson, one of Idaho's best
known newspaper writers and a thor
oughly wide-awake and public-spirited
{cntleman, is being actively support
ed for State Senator by the Republi
can rank and file. Mr. Lawson made
good as a State Representative, is
the author of the Mother's Pension
law and was always on the right side
of legislative matters. Put a cross
after his name if you vote in
the !
D. T. Miller for Probate Judge. The
Republicans are indeed fortunate that
so highly qualified a man is a can
lidate for the nomination and the tax- j
also fortunate in that his
Republican primaries.
payers are
record as Justice of the Peace during
the past two years shows him to have
<ept down all trivial matters that sim- j
ply add to the people's burdens.
S. D. Fairchild is one of the fore
most men of Ada county. He is a
lawyer, who saw the necessity for de
vclopment work in Idaho and who
quit the practice to develop a ranch
in the Kuna-Mora district. Mr. Fair
child enjoys the confidence of the
farmers of Ada county as does no
other man. He is a candidate for the
Republican nomination for Probate
Judge.
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Ray Cunningham, a member of the
Frinter's union, and one of the best
known men in Boise, desires to be the
next Assessor and is making a lively
canvass for the Republican nomina
tion. Ray is well qualified for the
position and his many friends are
working like beavers to put him over,
Mr. Cunningham was the first city
employment agent and made good in
that position. He would work day
and night to land a job for a deserv
ing individual. Give him your earnest
support.
CASH BAZAR
THE STORE OF POPULAR PRICES
We are now showing a complete stock of Fall and Winter
Merchandise and a call at our store will convince you that
our prices are a little lower than the rest
MILK CANS
Milk cans made of extra heavy
tin, Iron rim bottom, made to give
satisfaction.
2 gal. size .
3 gal size ......
5 gal size .
8 gal. size .
10 gal size .
Milk strainers, all sizes 15c to 50c.
GRANITE WARE SPECIALS
10 qt. enamel dish pans
14 qt. enamel dish pans
17 qt. enamel dish pans ...
21 qt. enamel dish pans .85c
Granite Stew Kettles at 15c, 19c,
23c, 29c, and 35c.
DINNERWARE
All of the dinnerwear listed in
sets and also carried in open stock.
42 piece set dinnerware of White
Semi-Porcelain Roddison pat
tern, set
42 piece set dinnerware with neat
gilt stamped pattern, set
42 piece set dinnerware withneat
floral decoration, per set
We also carry complete assort
ment of heavy ware for hotels, and
which are especially good for har
vest and threshing time.
WOMEN'S SHOES
Women's Gun Metal or Vici kid
button shoes, patent tip, low heel,
pair
Womens' viel kid shoes, high cut
16 buttons, pair
Women's patent leather button
shoe, kid uppers, high cut, 16 but
tons, pair
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
We are now showing the new fall
Hats in velvets, hatters' plush, etc.,
in all the new shapes at the usual
Bazar low prices. We are also
showing a large assortment of the
newest Hat trimmings, ranging in
price from 15c upwards.
DRESS GOODS
50 inch wide shepherd checks,
yard
2 98 36 inch wi^e Wool Serge in black,
white and colors, yard .47j4c
42 inch wide Woof Poplin in black
and colors, yard
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT
Misses' Fine Cotton Hose in black
Misses' Fine Ribbed Cotton Hose
in black or white, 2 pairs .
Women's Silk Boot Hose, black or
white, pair .
1.75 Women's Mack or white Cotton
Hose, 2 pairs
CURTAIN SCRIMS 10c YARD
1 65 Curtain Scrims in short lengths in
L85. plain white and white and cream
2.00 wi, h fancy borders; regular 15c
value; special, yard .
BLANKETS
Gray Cotton Blankets, with fancy
border; size 46x74, pair..... .
Cotton Blankets in gray, tan or
white with fancy border; size 60x
$ 1.00
1.75 I Wool nap Blanket in fancy p|aids,
.2.00 i large size, pair .$2.59
DRESSES
We are now showing a large
sortaient of the newest fall styles
in Dresses for Women and Misses,
in Wool Serges, Silks, Poplins, etc.
you can get the same style, work
manship, and material here
shown elsewhere at a saving in
price.
Women's and Misses Silk Dresses
in Black. Navy
white silk collar and cuffs,
ial values at .
Misses Wool Serge Dresses, with
large sailor collar braided trim
med, special value at .J
Other good values at from 5.98
12.50.
2.25
.1.75
2.00
2.15
.3.25
2.35
2.75
3.45
anil Green with
25c
spec
5.98
45c
...55c
5.00
to
SKIRTS
Women's Skirts made of all wool
serges, with yoke effect, priced
at
■■■■ 3.48
W omen s all wool serge or Poplin
skirts, neatly made with patch
pockets, large pearl buttons, priced
3.98
2.19
at
3.69
HOUSE DRESSES AND
APRONS
Women's Percale house Dresses in
gray, blues, etc., ric-rac trimmed
special values at
Women's
SO.
. 98c
Bungalow aprons
made of good quality percale, Sat
urday, each
BOYS SHOES
Boys tan Calf Blucher shoes a
good heavy shoe, size 1 to 6, pric
ed per pair
Boys Gun Metal Button shoes,
"Walton make" solid made thru
out.
Size 8 to il'/j. pair .
Size 12 to 13j4, pair ....
Size 1 to 2, pair'.
Size 2'A to S'/i, pair ....
25c
MIDDIES
Women's and Misses Middies of
good quality Galatea cloth, with
large colored collars and cuffs.
Special for Saturday
WAISTS
Women's Waists of Jap silk in
plain or embroidered, plain voiles
with the new large collars,
cerized corded, stripe, voiles
gandie waists, about 25 different
styles in waists, special price 1.00
Women's Waists made of Hand
kerchief linen, in plain white with
colored collars, 2.25 waists, special
1.50
.25c
1 IK.
in.
....2.25
GIRLS' SHOES
Walton make of girls' school
Shoes are made to stand hard
wear; double cap; in gunmetal or
vici kid—
Size 5 to 8J4, pair
Size 9 to 11 Va, pair
Size 12 to 2VS, pair
mer
or
<0.
1.35 76, pair
at
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Charles E. 1 hum, a Republican as
pirant for the nomination for County
Commissioner in the First district, is
well and favorably known in Boise
business circles, and is a quiet, unas
suming gentleman, courteous and con- ,
siderate and would make a splendid
Mr. Thum is receiving as
official,
suranccs of good support.
ty's affairs
The coun
otild be safe in his hands, I
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No man stands higher among the
people of Ada county than George H.
Curtis, the Democratic candidate for
State Senator. Mr. Curtis desires to^
enter public life in order to render
service. He is a deep student of cur
rent events and is a firm believer in
the inevitable march of the human
race towards fundamental and com
plete democracy. The people should
draft such a mail into the public ser-l
vice, whenever they have an oppor
tunity. |
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J. O. Jordan is conducting an ac
tive campaign for the Republican'comes
'nomination for Assessor and is hope
ful of success. Mr. Jordan is an en- j
|ergetic and capable gentleman and
j every way qualified for the position
to which he aspires. You will make
no mistake if you put a cross after
his name.
j
Dr. S. M. C. Reynolds, one of Ida
ho's pioneers and a man of sterling
worth, is a candidate for the Repub
lican nomination for Representative
in the Legislature and is receiving
! heavy support in his home comnntn
j ity. Dr. Reynolds is the possessor of
a keen intellect, a quick wit and an
incisive manner of speech backed by
shrewd common sense. He w'ould be
an influential member of the Legisla
ture. Stand by him.
i The one thing that strikes us about
K. S. Delana is his intense earnest
ness and frankness. Mr. Delana is a
candidate for the Republican nomi
nation for Prosecuting Attorney. He
is one of the best educated and deep
est students of the Boise bar and poss
esses the ambition for public life in
herent in bright young men of the
right character,
solely for personal preferment but to
carve an honorable name for public
service in the annals o fthe State. Put
a cross after his name. You will never
regret it.
Not an ambition
William D. Clawson, a Republican
aspirant for the office of Sheriff, has
been a resident of Ada county for 33
of the 34 years of his life—his parents I
having been well-known pioneers.
Mr. Clawson served as Deputy Sher-|T
jjf f or jj ve and onc .|, a ]f } . cars and h
lvladc an enviable reputation as a
bravc and ca ,, abk . official, lie has aï
lIlorp|1 g h knowledge of Ada county
and of our peop , e and jn hi# e|ection
, s ^j lcr jff t ) H . p U h>lic would be assur
cd of a faithful and efficient perform
f .
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I In a conversation with Assessor
i Win. Kincaid we learned that he
would not be able to get out over the
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county in the interest of his caudi
■'C> for renomination, as the duties
c f j,; s office would keep hint busy,
yj r _ Kj nca id states he has made every
effort to give every individual "a
square deal," and to attend to his of
bce w ith the very strictest economy,
j]f e f ee ] s that his record is an open
book and invites the closest scrutiny
0 f b j s official acts. If the voters
think lie has made good he would be
| pleased if they would register their
approval by placing a cross after his
name. This office is the one that
closest to the people and to
the nerve center—the pocket book and
j the voters should keep a capable and
efficient official,
If.
Charles T. Barringer
Candidate for Representative
on Republican Ticket
Ada County
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Link's Business College
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August 19, 1916.
Young men Stenographers wanted by the United
State Government
Mail stenographer and typewriter examinations
will be held in Boise September 12 and Septem
ber 26.
TWO HUNDRED APPOINTMENTS are to be
made to positions now vacant at initial salaries
of $900 to $1000 a year.
Link's Students Pass Government Examinations
Before Leaving School
Daniel Roberts, still a student in school, just re
ceived a statement from the Civil Service Com
mission, Washington, D. C., notifying him he
passed the Civil Service Examination for book
keepers and asking him to state the shortest time
it would take him to report for duty w'hen ap
pointed.
Jack Cage, after being in school only six months,
passed the examination for stenographers and
ceived an appointment at an initial salary of $840
a year.
WE CAN GUARANEE A POSITION WITH THE GOVERNMENT OR IN THE COMMER- ' ±
CIAL WORLD TO EVERY YOUNG MAN OR YOUNG WOMAN WHO WILL COMPLETE
OUR COURSES t
Young men. young women, the demand for competent office help by the business men of this <•
Intermountain country is urgent. Link's Business College is so well and favor <•
ably known that we are called upon to furnish more office help than all other ! !
agencies in Idaho combined. In all our experience we have never had such !
a demand for Bookkeepers and Stenographers as since January ist, ;
ami the calls contiue to come.
Mr. W. H. Coppedge,
Manager of Link's Business College, Boise,
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Idaho.
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Dear Sir: In January of this year Fred D.
Monroe, a graduate of your Business College, was
appointed Assistant Cashier of the First National
Bank of Emmett, and as a recommendation of
your school I wish to say that owing to the effic
ient training he received in Link's Business Col
lege, he has been and is now making good in
every line of his work.
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Very truly yours,
C. B. POLLY,
Cashier.
MORE CALLS FOR OUR STUDENT'S THAN
WE CAN SUPPLY
Placed one young lady in a position yesterday,
have two calls today, and one will pay' an initial
salary of $70 a month,
weeks we have had many calls which we could
not supply because every advanced student is
now holding a good position.
Within the last
few
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We are exceedingly anxious to supply this demand for office help, but in order to do so, we
must enroll every available young man and young woman in this Intermountain country ..
Surely if you understood the business conditions as they are and the many oppor
tunities that are and will l>e open to the efficiently business trained young
and young women, you would not hesitate to make the necessary
rangements, whatever sacrifice it might take on your part, to begin
your course with us at the open ing of our Fall term, Septem
ber 5.
men
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Do not put this important matter off ; but think , decide, and act NOW.
Make your enroll
.... .ment this week, begin your course with us next Tuesday with a determination
to win, and your will find the time and money well spent in get
ting your business education the best investment you
ever made.
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WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
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W. H. COPPEDGE, Manager .
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1015 IDAHO STREET
Phone 1055-J
Boise, Idaho
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DON'T TAIL TO CAST A VOTE AT THE PRIMARY
SEPTEMBER 5, 1916
FOR
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WM. A. KINCAID for County Assessor
ON THE REPUBLICAN TICKET
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I have been a tax-payer of Ada County/ for twenty-two years ;
worked as a carpenter and employee of the Street Car Company
until I began my term as Assessor.
I am ready now, as in the past, to give you careful,
tious, painstaking sendee. My experience will help me to do
your work better at less expense.
consctet 1
W. A. KINCAID.
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