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:s T i it KU0 [H 4)7rljr«> r ' i 71 YEAR LEADERS fuller Paint Preserves and Beautifies ; ; kNE thing ^ J' is sure— bu can't hide the [tside of your house from critical eyes. [ You'll be proud of your home and your neighbor! bod will be proud of you if your house is kept pliintej U jn good repair. The well-painted house is evidence [community spirit and thrift. ! FULLER Paint keeps new and old houses from runi Lg down, adds to their value and makes them aitraâive j Specify FULLER Paint for your home. You caji Lpend on it to do two things and do them well— pre uve and beautify. „ Look Up ft FULLER Dealer in Your Town W. P. Fuller & Co. » 1149-1920 irthwe-t Branch House* at Portland, Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane, Boise A : ITER'S ORIGIN FAR BACK Be Traced to Festivals Held in Honor of the Mythological God Bacchus. kloklng back for the origin of any Ltricai performance, our minds nat tily revert first to Shakespeare and [Globe theater. Some of us would backs little further; and many of would choose Möllere, the plays he tote and staged, often In the open, [the vain Louis ant^ then, in his own ■ter, where, while he was the fa ke of the king, he was the rage of lui these were only steps In the Mutloii of the theater and the play, t the origin of all dramatic repre RUtioDS we must go back to the n of Idol worship, when many gods R thought to rule the destinies of « brothers, Danaus and Aegyptus, of Belus. shared the throne of t After a particularly heated »L Daaaus. with, his, followers . It's a cinch to figure why Camels sell! ft D A ! |Q§K You should know why Camels ^ are so satisfying. First, quality—second. Cartels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos which you'll certainly prefer to either kind smoked straight ! Camels blend makes possible that wonderful mellow mildness-yel . rdlthe desirable body is there ! And, Camels never tire your taste ! You'll appreciate Camels freedom unpleasant cigaretty after unpleasant cigaretty odor ! unusual, so refreshing, so £ H H AM iU from any taste or For vour own satisfaction compare Camels puff by puff with any ciga rette in the world at any price . C.me/. ar. f old rvrrywhero ~ °" <r ' UPP r TOBACCO CO, Win.too.SoW. N. C IJOSH &DOMESTlC\ BLEND _ j < I 0 A ft « t T U I ■■ J r. J. REYNOLDS fet sail in search of a neiv In inf where he could rule alone. They landed (near the Greek city of Argus, of which he shortly became king. Here, to celebrate Ids good fortune, tie Instituted festivals in honor of the god Bacchus, who was supposed to have helped to make his undertaking successful. These festivals consisted of nothing more than riotous revelry, Interspersed with songs, which, after the manner of the day, were most primitive and often coarse. But the festivals soon became very popular and were held periodically all over Greece. From this beginning, In the form of a kind of public worship, which was the first entertainment or performance known, evolved the the atrical projects of later ages which de veloped Into the institution Of the theater as we know It today. The John Deere all-steel grain hind er—the binder with three backers, binds any kind of grain that can lie bound. We want you to see this binder before placing your order. J. ^ G. Eimers, agent. 2!ltf Mme Sweeper No. 38. '* -, I LA •• r.:. tw* / . * :V . ,v..^.. r « I if a? I » V a i > ■». P&h •••a *4 1 » ... r m *. mm '%m .■ ■fs * : , £ ■ V » •* This little hont jf 51* which cleared the North Sea of 55,0*t* » mines. was one of the fleet The fleet has Just returned to this country and was , tlon In New York City. These boats would sometimes he for as given a big reeep nit ig as twenty five days In the storms and seas for which the North Sea Is noted. The work was declared Impossible by other navies, hut the Cnlted States went ahead and pleted this work before the scheduled time. com The U. S. Navy once again did the Impossible. « Seeing With the Soul. What von see with your soul helps determine wlmt von are. Tlw mind cannot contemplate visions without re vision the The deeper the actions. more potent the reacting In linen*«. Only surface men. men of the non thinking type go through life without moments of sober sitting at the shrine of conscience and there weighing the problems of life. When man sees his power mill appreciates that every un used vestige detracts in multiples he seeks to turn it to account, blesses in proportion to the asm with which it Is advanced. In or And it enthusl Tho it we do returns with greater power g< when It is done without tl ought of res ward. We are in the world to make the We must see the soul if most of it. we are t possibilities. right.—Grit. gather the full reward of our This is every man's Make Living From Flint Pebble*. The Hint pebble industry g! es em ployment to many women ami children along the French coast between Havre and Dieppe. The pebbles collected In and near Havre are selected for-their spherical shape, and are used for pul verizing in certain industries, particu larly In the manufacture of cement and In copper mines, being employed in the Interior of lai cylinders. -o lie G. 2!ltf Get your order in for the John Deere Dain mower and rake. Prices these goods advanced 15 per cent till« 1st of May. This stock will be sold at the old price as long as they last For sale by J. G. F.imers. on 28tf Unusual Tires T IRES that are different in their distinctive good looks and in their construction. An extra ply of fabric, an extra heavy tread and generous oversize make a tire of remarkable endurance. I # / / : f» ; BUY FISK Next time from your dealer ICI/ REDTOP iMVrmES M.t _^7a' ^ A % FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR This is to announce that 1 will again he a candidate on the Republican tick et for the office of county assessor. 1 wish here to thank the people for the support and cooperation which lias been accorded me in (he past. I have conducted the office in harmony with what I believe to be a fair and im partial interpretation of the laws of Idaho relating to the duties of this of fice. I have no pledges to make in the event that I am again chosen as a*, sesaor other than the assurance of a public service thut ia impartial cour tisais and to the limit of ray best en deavors. GALVIN HAZELBAKKR, Assessor, Idalio County. ifiitf FOR SALE Six registered Shorthorn bull calves, Edw. Nelson, 27 tf old enough for service. Fenn, Idaho. Hail Insurance! ® ¥ V« V V. V V. Can you afford to be without Hail Insurance covering your growing crop? See our local agent today! ITake out a policy in the^old reliable Home Insurance Company. V 5S V. ff U Let us figure with you on binder, twine, sack twine, sacks, feed or flour. -ft V. V % Vm 5E5 V. 400" tlour is the Best. w V. 55 V. 3 V. Vi v. V. V. Vollmer Clearwater Co. A. R. WILEY, Agent V V. & St imitmmsmfiftfffffl LAND FOR SALE Sixty acre« one tulle from Culdewac! Idaho. Good 6-room house, good fences lots of water; about 25 acres in crop, Dr. Koch's Remedies 8. M. 8WINBHABT Agent Btltes, Idaho I now have a compléta atoefc of goods and all mall order* will be given prompt attention. ! Price, $3000, balance good pasture, good terms on half. P. D. ADKISON, itox 35, Culdcsae, Idaho. 20-51 • Bedding Plants Pansies, Geraniums, Coleus, Cistern, all kinds of Vines for Hanging Baskets. DECORATION DAY FLOWERS ORDER EARLY L. B. Hill The Florist at Lewiston, Idaho.