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—In the Afternoon we will show "The Fighting Actor" A good two reel western feature full of action and pep irom start to finish. "HOT DOG" "A FISHY STORY" Two reel comedy all hot stuff. A good 2 reel Laugh Producer. ✓ —In the Evening we will show "SHOOTING MAD" A Good Wild and Woolly West feature, fulll of excitement and thrills. "HARD LUCK" "STUNG" 2 reels of original Billy West comedy. None better. Good Gale Henry comedy and it sure keeps 'em guessing. USUAL ADMISSION GRAND THEATRE A Cooling Drink these Hot Days is What You Need Get it at the most comfortable place in town where the service is right. Pure ice cream and the finest of candies. Clean and sanitary. PERRYMAN S CONFECTIONERY Facts About Rheumatism More than nine out of ten cases of rheumatism are either chronic or muscular rheumatism, and neither require any internal treatment. All that is required is to massage the affected parts freely with Chamberlain's Liniment. You will be surprised at the telief which it affords. A. H. OVERSMITH Attornev-at-Law Urquhart Building Third Street M oSCuw, Idaho Dr. W. A. Adair Rectal Diseases. Hemorhoids, Fistula, Fissure, etc. Hokow, - Idaho First American Postal System. The first successful postal system established In any of the American colonies was that of William I'enn, who. In 1683. appointed Henry Waldy OT Tekonny. to keep a post and "sup ply passengers with horses from Phil tylelphln to Newcastle or the Falls of the Delaware." Carpenter and Contractor Phone 23^ H. H. Stevens Kendrick. Idaho Fine Place to Explore. Arabia contains possibly the great est tract of unexplored territory now existing In the world. According to one authority, no European traveler has penetrated more than a hundred miles from the const, except a» one or two points. In the vasl siwithern half of the peninsula, where about 750, 000 miles of territory (largely desert) remain unexplored.—Outlook. BLACKSMITH First class work done Years of Experience Wm. Meyer KENDKICK, IDAHO all roads IN RAIL WACr : OUT OJ i Order Makes Reduction Ef fective on Practically All Class 1 Lines. Chicago.—The United States rail road labor board extended its wage reduction o-der, effective July 1, to practically every large railroad iii the country. No change from the average 12 per cent reduction granted 104 car riers on June 1 was made by the decision. The new- order affects 210 roads. The new decision will make a real ity of the estimated $400,000,000 an nual savings expected by the roads. The decision, drawn as an adden dum to the reduction order of June 1, adds practically every railroad in the class 1 division to the original list of 104' roads authorized to make the 3 2 per cent reduction. While no definite returns have been announced from the referendum being taken by all the railway unions on ac ceptance or rejection of the 3 2 per j cent cut, it was expected that confor ! ences here on July 1 would agree to accept the board's decision. The new order involves practically all classes of employes. The only change in the rates of reduction made by the decision was in the case of some marine workers at Eastern points. About one-half of the roads includ ed in the decision were parties to the' original decision, the duplication resulting from the fact that many roads did not include all classes of employes in their first petitions. Rates of reduction for several minor classes of employes were added to the order. Chefs and restaurant workers, din ing car employes, laundry workers and porters were named for reductions of 60 per cent of the increases granted since the roads were returned to pri vate control on March 1, 1920. X-RAY ROOMS ARE DANGEROUS Doctor Reports Neighbors of Labora tories in Paris Have Been Injured. Paris.—X-rays pass through brick walls and have injured persons in buildings adjoining laboratories, mem bers of the Academy of Sciences have just been told by Prof. Contremoulin. a radiograph expert. He advised that X-my laboratories he completely enclosed In lead sheet ing n quarter of an Inch thick. Ti* lias been found, Dr. Contremoulin said, flint rays sufficiently powerful to be useful in treating cancer, have af fected persons in rooms on other side of thick walls and in apartments ahnve and below the radiograph room. His Own Stepfather. Martinsburg, W. Va. —Charles Lentz is bis own stepfather and stepdaddy to fit« five brothers and sisters. He ranr ried his stepmother, Mrs. Mary Frances Lentz Women Lead Men in Western Influx. Washington, D. C.—More women moved into the Pacific coast states than men in the last 20 years, accord ing to the sex population of the states of the nation, just issued by the cen sus bureau. Ash Leads in Tennis. Good tennis rackets require choice woods. Strength is furnished by the bentwood rim or bow, which Is usu ally ash or hickory, says the Ameri can Forestry Magazine of Washing ton. Eim is serviceable hut its aie pearance is not regarded as equal to that of hickory or ash, and appear ance counts for much. Linden Items Mrs S. H. Fry spent Friday and Saturday with Èva Smith. Mrs. Earl Langdon and little daughter, Helen, visited Saturday night with Mrs. Langdon's mother, Mrs. I. E. Foster. Mrs. George Garner and children and Mrs. D. MePhee visited with Miss Alta Fonburg Monday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. A. Alexander and Mrs. .1. P. A.exanderïwere Sunday visitors at Lou Alexanders. I The farmers all welcomed the j rain Thursday and Friday evening. ! Miss Carrie and Arle.v Allen, Eva and George Smith, spent Sunday in Moscow. They repotted Miss Leah Smith, who is in - the hospital, to he improving mcelv. Mr. and Mis. John Carr spent Sunday at Elmer Hudson's place. Little Ruth Alexander spent a few days the first of the week with 1 Fay Alexander. Claud Pippenger and familv spent Sunday at the MePhee home. Miss Fay remained to be with her grand mother while Celia is at Long i Meadow with her father and cleve, .who are hauling lumber. j C. P. Israel has purchased the store and building of the J. M. ! Brookings estate and is now ready for business. He will operate the business on a strictly cash basis. I j j j i j i j ! I ! GOLD MINE LURE FOR 300 YEARS Fabulous Treasure Said to Be Hidden in Sierra Madre Mountains in Mexico. DYING PRIEST TELLS SECRET Mexico City Contains Records of the Old Mine and Prospectors Have Reported Seeing the Ruins, but None Reached Them. Bisbee, Ariz.—For 300 years, accord ing to reliable records, the Sierra Madre mountains of Sonora and Chi huahua, Mexico, have held the secret' of a gold mine of fabulous richness and a vast treasure store of gold, mined and hidden away in an inac cessible tunnel. The romance of the gold hunter is written in the history of man's efforts through the centuries to reach and bring back to civilization tliis wealth of the Old Tyopa mines. Murders and violence have marked many of these efforts, and still in many hardy breasts of this mining country to day there still stirs the spirit which has prompted many to brave the dan gers of starvation, thirst and death at the hands of Indian hands and out laws in the search for gold. Records at Capital. Mexico City contains records of the old mine, and several prospectors, one of them Jack Dun:;, accredited dis coverer of the Warren district, have rej»orted seeing the ruins of the old mine, but none ever rtmched there. According to records at the Mexi can capital, in the latter part of the Seventeenth century the isolated vil lage of Old Tyopa was raided by In dians, who destroyed the town and killed all the inhabitants except a priest. After wandering for several weeks the priest .arrived at a little town called Auga Fria, on the Faqui river, where he was received and cared for by a Mexican family. Ilis hardships caused his death, hut before he died he gave the family a description and map of the mining camp. He also reported that the gold obtained from sdveral years of mining had been stored in an old tunnel, because of the impossibility of shipment to civiliza tion. The story and map, it is said, have been handed down from family to family for generations. Those who j attempted to reach the catnp lost their | outfits, and many did not return. The Indians for years menaced all pros pectors and this condition still ex ists, augmented by bands of outlaws. Max Covitn, for several years Mexi can consul at Naeo. is said to have \ been the latest possessor of the j priest's map. Has Twice Seen Ruins. He declared he twice succeeded in j getting as far as Casa Blanca, from j which the ruins of Old Tyopa are vis ible. and it was reported be had not given up hopes of reaching the place at his death several years ago. Bert Grover, a local man, twice started with two companions' to make the perilous journey, but was forced back because of insufficient equip ment. Indians and outlaws. Some remarkable gold specimens have been brought back from the vi cinity of the old Tyopa, but so far ns known no one ever reached the mines wince the old town was de stroyed centuries ago. a M. THIS STATE HIGHEST- LOWEST Survey by Government Bureau Shows California Sets Marks for United States. Washington. —The highest anti low est points in the United States are in California, within ninety miles of each other, says a bulletin issued by the geological survey. Mount Whitney, the highest point, is 14..MU feet above sea I level and in Death valley there is a de j pression that lies 276 feet below sea j level. The difference in height of these two points is small, however, the sur vey states, as compared with the rlif j ference lit the height and depth of i land in Asia. Mount Everest rises j 211,002 feet above sea level, whereas the shores of the Dead sea lie 1.200 feet below. Information in the hands of the sur vey shows that the greatest depth .vet found in any ocean is 32.088 feet. a. i depth at a point about 40 miles north j of the island of Mindanao in the Philippines. This would make the ! bottom of the sea at that point more I than 11 miles below the summit of ! Mount Everest. Masonic Emblems in Quilt. Jeffersonville, Ind.—The Pastors Aid Society of the First Presbyterian church is completing work on a quilt of unusual design. The quilt was de signed by Dr. Giles E. Mowrer, for merl.v physician at the Indiana re formatory, and it will include the emblem of every branch of Masonry from the Blue lodge to the highest rank. Many Children. East St. Louis, III.—"He's the twentieth." declared Mrs. Sidney John son when her husband came home from work. "Again !" gasped the city's champion father, as he took the new baby In his arms. The Johnsons have been married twenty-three years. | \ j j j j j ; FREE! - FREE! Two dandy song books entitled "Songs of Long Ago" and "The Tunes Dad Whistled'' Each containing '25 of the old time favorite songs, words and music tor mixed quartets. Either one or both of these popular old favorite song hooks will he sent to you EREE if you will till out and mail us the coupon below. 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