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it <► NOW-FOR NEXT WINTER <> <► o <► 3 Supply Your Winter Needs Now ◄ > <► ◄> We are offering all our €> <► Winter Coats and Suits at COST for One Week Only <► <> <► <► it <► Now is the time to buy a high grade coat or suit at a very low It is simply business foresight to take advantage of present values. Manufacturers' prices today for fall delivery are in many cases higher than our prices today. <► price. t it We have received for Spring some New fine Voiles in white and colors, 36 inches wide at % 36c a yard, <► - > <► u«, • Fine. French Voile cie Lux, 40 inches wide at % 80c a yard. New mercerized white Gabardine at 50c a y ai d $ <► We have Nainsooks and Longcloths for under- S wear at 30c, 40c and 45c a yard. <► <► ►Î <► it : it CARLTON'S Phomi© <► <► it O iOO! Cf ity in Brief For Sale Cheap —Good baby buggy. Inquire of Mrs. Jack Wal kers, back of Methodist church, tf A. J. L. Bredwald Sunday evening from a short business trip to Coeur d'Alene. returned L. G. Miller of Santa was a business visitor in the city Mon day. Rooms fsr Rent. House. Western tf. Mrs. Lulu Hamilton of Spokane spent Monday in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. A. A. Arnold. Miss Nell Mulcahy was a visit or at Spokane Saturday, return ing Sunday evening by way of Coeur d'Alene. Fop rent -Six room modern house. Inquire G. A. Clark, 319 11th St., Phone 208-W-2. tf. Fred Ramsey and Franklin Theirault was business visitors from St. Joe the latter nart of the week. "TïïTnPâtterson rvnd Pal Day, loggers of St. Joe, were business visitors in this city Friday. Lost —Tuesday, a black Melon Muff between Idaho Laundry and the Mission. Finder phone 86g2. Mrs. S. S. Bouton left this morning for Wallace, where she will spend several days visiting her sister, Mrs. L. L. Leighty. Chas. Tompkins of Clarkia! was looking after business matters in this city Saturday. Leland I>oty of Harrison was tra/isactmg business in this city the last of the week. Wanted —Rhode for hatching. Phone 65 between 8 and 9 A. M. or 5 and 6 P, M. Island eggs Dan Cheney left Sunday for the Mayo Bros, hospital at Rochester, Minn., where he will undergo treatment for lockjaw. Mrs. A. A. Arnold was a visitor at Coeur d'Alene Sunday. The ladies of the Capitol Hill Red Gross Club will meet Wed nesday afternoon at 1 :00 o'clock at Mrs. Stark's residence to sew. Mrs. A. Norry of Ferrell was visitor in this city Saturday. a Mrs. I A. Murphy of Ferrell was a visitor in this city Satur day. • ELSIE FERGUSON IN s Fhe Rise of Jennie Cushing ii ♦ » IV. o .? gw K 4L si ■ mm m :<• * -5 « ♦ ♦ V ♦ e » » % m * •n f > ' >s Jk £ f 4X o » mm t t * *■ O /m O ♦ % ■ *■ l SS 3 S 3 ♦ -ELSItffeGVSON /A> * The Rise of Jennie Cushinfc , •! AN AfcTCKAfT piCTL it » . * "ill 1 he story deals wllh girl of unknown parentage—a product of the slums—who is sent to a reformatory, evolution, which is unfolded in a natural way, presents an intensely human document, uiimarrcd by inconsistency. Her AT THE BUNGALO THEATRE THURSDAY MATINEE AT I is V ** ° <> A social meeting of St. Mary's Guild will be held at the home of Mrs. Kinsolving Friday a/ter noon, February 15. All are in vited. Mrs. Lavette, Sec. H. H. Carmin of Clarkia was transacting business in the city the last of the week. M. F. Schuner of St. Joe was transacting business in the city Saturday. Miss Mabel Nelson of St. Joe was a visitor in the city yester day. About November 1, there came to my place, 2Vj miles west of Emida, a dark bay horse, s^bout 7 or 8 years old; weight about 1100; no brands visible, have the same by paying for feed and this advertisement. Oaks. Owner may Henry —3t. Wilbur J. Harris of Wallace was transacting business in this cdy Monday. Fop Sale — -Household Furniture, practically new. Very reasonable. J. L. Hauptman, Government Townsite. 4t. Mrs. A. D. Reid of St. Joe was in the city Saturday attending the hearing on the alternate writ of mandate in the case brought in the district court to compel the removal of the school from St. Joe to Ferrell. Win. Brebner of St. Joe spent Sunday in the city visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Brebner. T. H. Ahr was a business visitor in the city from Ferrell Saturday. A. W. Wendorf was in the city Saturday from St. Joe attending the mandamus hearing in the district court. Mr. Wendorf is one of the trustees of School District No. 8. Martin Olson, logging tractor of Avery, spent several days in the city last week look ing after business matters. con Mrs. O. Edin of Ferrell spent Saturday in this city. $1.00 WILL BE GIVEN to each of several schoolboys who will deliver copies of the Curtis publications to customers. Only schoolboys—clean, gentlemanly and ambitious—need apply. The $1.00 is in addition to liberal cash profits and many other advan tages. Apply to Red Cross Drug Co., c|o A. B. Annis, Prop., St. Maries, Idaho. St. Paul's Episcopal Ohuroh There will be Holy Communion and short talk Ash Wednesday, 13th inst. All church people are requested to be present. J. A. HIATT, Rector. The United States Civil Service Commission announces that an examination will be held in fifty four cities in the states of Idaho, mMa&mädUämadHuuui P ALL Wfia WOULD BE SAVED From needless expense should visit our store this week. We have 40 mens suits—Blue Serges, Tweeds and Worsteds. They have been selling at $27.50 and $28.50. The balance of this week we will sell « A $27.50 suit for $18,33 A $22.60 suit for $15.00 These values cannot be duplicated in the Northwest. We have solda great many of those heavy rubbers but we still have a few left. $4.50 12 inch top rubber for $2.92 $4.00 8 inch top rubber for $2.62 We have decided to make a still further cut in stag shirts A $7.50 stag shirt for $5.20 « A $7.00 stag shirt for $4.85 A $6.50 stag shirt for $4.50 DRY GOODS You all know that the name Munsingwear stands for quality, style an^ comfort. Next winter it will be much higher. We will sell it this week at 20 5A * per cent discount. We will also give 20 per cent off of the regular price on all corsets. Ladies' and Misses sweaters and caps at 20 per cent discount. New and up to date skirts at 22 1-2 per cent discount this week. GROCERIES Of course you buy your groceries here, but lest you forget about some of the bargains we want to remind you that Wednesday, Thursday and Friday we are going to sell The best ranch butter at 50c a lb Crystal White soap 7 bars for 30c Yakima pink beans at 10c a lb Bulk mince meat at 12 l-2c a lb I Com meal, 9 pound sack for 60 cents Always remember that whatever it may be you can buy it for less moi(N^ it Empcy's Department Store Oregon, Montana, Washington, and Wyoming for the purpose of tilling vacancies in the Reclama tion Service and other branches requiring similar qualifications in the position of bookkeeper. Both men and women will be ad mitted. Appointing salaries range from $900 to $1,200 per annum. Date of examination is March 9, 1918. Information and applica tion blanks may be secured by addressing the Secretary, Elev enth U. S. Civil Service District, 303 PostotTlce Building, Seattle, Washington. Our Motto I 4 m < 3 * « « Fashion Divorced From Extravagance 4 4 We offer the season's styles of fashion's latest fancies in Silk Dresses New Shoes Millinery Mens Hats House Dresses Corsets !fe <1 3 1 (Gossard & Warner) Etc 1 There is something new in wearing il 2 apparel arriving each day. Gome in and Inspect the up-to-the-minute mer chandise. 4* 4 E. M, Davis & Sons THE STYLE CENTER CALI. FOR WARRANTS St. Maries, Idaho, February 12, 1918. Notice is hereby given that I am prepared to pay the f^Liwing described warrants at m^^Wee in Idaho. Interest ceases ten days after the ida.le of this notice. ;wah County, Idaho, Maries, St. All Outstanding Warrants on School Districts Nos. 2, 6, 8, 13, 16. 23, 25, 26, 32. EDNA S. WILSON, County Treasurer.