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«EARLY 4,000 INJURED IN CHEM ICAL BLOWUP AT OPPAU, ON THE RHINE. EARTH ROCKED FOR MILES Disaster la Attributed to Excessive Prêteurs In Adjoining Gaso meters—Many Children Injured. MAYENCE, Germany—A great ex plosion recently at the chemical prod ucts plant of the Badische Aniline Fabrik company at Oppau, on Rhine, wrecked the town and spread -death and destruction. The number of killed Is estimated at from 1,000 to 2.000 and the injured nearly 2,000. Oppan is a scene of desolation, more than a third of the houses hav ing been destroyed, while the roofs of the others were swept off. Here also many were'killed or injured. The explosion is attributed by some to excess pressure In two adjoining gasometers, this part of the works being pulverized. Where the gaso meters stood Is now a funnel-shaped hole 130 yards wide and 45 yards deep, while twisted girders and debris He scattered about. For several hun dred yards not a wall Is left standing. Thought Free From Danger. The directorate of the company is quoted as saying that the explosion occurred in a storehouse containing 4.000 tons of nitrous sulphates, which was believed to be free from danger of explosion. the in Later Report. Desolation and ruins alone remain of what was once the flourishing town of Oppau. The town has 6,500 resi dents, of whom a majority of the men engaged in the chemical works were killed or wounded. Soldiers in Frenclt uniforms are clearing away wreckage, picking up the dead and in jured as after a big battle. Eleven hundred dead and 4,000 in jured te the latest estimate of the disaster which caused more casualties the MARTIN'S BEST Flour, per bbl.. CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP Per case . LEAN BACK BACON Per lb. Send for our money-saving catalog of groceries, dry goods, hardware, shoes, etc. A postal brings It. «6.95 $5.10 ..24c JORDiN-LAWLER CO ' j 8POKANE, WA8H. WHAT WILL BE A LARGE FARMING DISTRICT Is fast taking form In our logged-off land dlstriot of Stevens county. This district Is naturally adapted to dairy ing and stock raising. Sub-Irrigated ■oil makes fruit raising possible In many parte. We are now selling this land at a big cut In price. Phoenix Lumber Company Dept. W 6. Foot of Wall 8t. Spokane, Wash. in SPOKANE CLINIC For the diagnosis and treatment of medical and surgical cases SPOKANE, WASH. 751 WASHINGTON 8T. A NEW BOOKLET Will Liberty Bonds Come Back? Will the price of Liberty Bonde come back? When? Should the . Government do "Something 5 ' to maintain prloee? What? Can the Inveator Improve his position or Increase hla Income without lo*s? These vital questions are fully dlecuased In our Liberty Bond Book. Every Investor who holds Liberty Bonds, no matter of what Issue, should have a copy. This booklet ha* been mailed to Investors who are on otir regular mailing list. Telephone your request, or come to otir office. Learn what Is the beet course for you to follow. Send for this booklet today—no cost or obligation. Blyth, Witter & Co., 812 Second Avenue, Seattle Lot Angalta San Frandaco New York Portland Oakland And How to Feed. Mailed free to eny PIONEER address by the author. H. Clay Glover Co., Ina US West 81st SL New York, U. & 1 AMERICA'S DOG REMEDIES NATION TO PRAY FOR TWO MINUTES Plant for Burial of Unknown Sol dier Announced—To Honor Unknown. WASHINGTON—The nation will pause for two minutes on Armistice day to honor the unknown dead of the great war. Detailed plans for the ceremony at Arlington national cemetery on that day, when the body brought back from Franca is to be buried, are made public by the war de partment and include a proclama tion by President Harding calling for the two-minute halt at noon throughout the nation, to be de voted to prayer and reverent mem ories for the dead. The body re turned from France on the cruiser Olympia will reach Washington after nightfall November 9 and will be In state In the capitol until 9 o'clock Armistice morning, No vember 11. It will then be escorted by an official mourning party to Ar lington cemetery, the line of march being guarded by troops. The mourning party will Include all living holders of the congress ional medal of honor who desire to come, one war veteran out of every 10,000 who served from each state in the great war, an officer and an enlisted man from eaoh unit of the army and navy and representa tives of the American legion and other veterans' ' organizations Rnd patriotic societies. From American military posts throughout the world minute guns of mourning will sound from sun rise until after the burial ceremon ies in Washington. Plans for the ceremony were made public by Major General Har bord, acting secretary of war and chief of staff, in. the absence of Secretary Weeks and General Per shing. They were drawn up under General Harbord's supervision. ex to hav hun is of and will the 000 and in are for the in the Mannheim-Ludwigshafen dis trict than the four years of the war. The desolation around Oppau equals anything seen at Verdun or in Fland-i ers over a similar area. Hundreds of '*> in town resi men were in in the persons are digging in the ruins for the bodies of relatives or friends, nearly 1,000 of which have been re covered. Thirty-six hours after the explosion, from the gaping, funnel-like hole where the Badische works formerly stood, there are still to be heard cries of the wounded, while the soldiers search for possible survivors. The vast crater filled with water, and it may never bfe known how many victims found a grave there. of of ed of the BOMBS AND GUNS USED IN BELFA8T Two Killed and Thirty-six Wounded in Night of Rioting—« Little Ones Hit. ' BELFAST.—Two persons were kill ed and 36 wounded In rioting here Sunday night during which bombs j were thrown. Two children playing in the street and a girl were wounded by «tray bullets. In Chinese Demand Liberty. CANTON, China.—Dr. Sun Yat Sen, head of the Canton government, in a manifesto to the powers, declares no settlement of the Far Eastern problem is possible unless China la liberated from foreign aggressiveness. Mystery. Out of mystery we come through the gates of birth; into mystery we go through the door of death; and ell the days of our transit we have r.ever left the skirts of mystery. PILES Fistula, Fissure, Itching and all other rectal conditions, except Cancer, permanently cured without surgery. My method of treatment saves tha tissue Instead of destroying It. It is painless, requires no anesthetic and Is permanent. There Is no confinement to bed, no Interference with buslnes or social engagements. Call or write for booklet. Mention this paper when writing. DR. C. J. DBAN Second and Morrison St«., Portland, Or DETAILS GIVENON IRE BILLION LOAN at is ing FARM AND LIVE 8TOCK MEN FREE TO BORROW FROM U. 8. UP TO JULY 1, 1922. MATURE IR ONE YEAR'S TIME Payment to War Finance Corporation Will Not Be Extended Beyond Three Years, 'Tie Reported. WASHINGTON, D. C.—With the is suance by the war finance corporation of a circular of Instructions to banks and bankers, 31,000,000,000 set aside by congress a few weeks ago became available for agricultural and live stock loans, and advances under the amendment to the war finance act will begin as soon as banks receive the instructions and accompanying forms and local agricultural loan agencies appointed by the corporation organize and are ready to pass upon applications and submit recommanda tions to Washington. The $l,000.00v, 000 now available for agricultural loans is to be treated as a lump sum and will not be apportioned or pro rated among the states. Applications for loans will be passed upon by the war finance cor poration at Washington in the order in which recommendations are re ceived from the local agricultural loan, agencies. These local agencies are now being appointed, those at Portland, Spokane, Helena, Denver, and Cheyenne having been nami.'l. Agencies at Salt Lake City .and Boise will be named to receive applications for loans In their districts and to in vestigate all applications and make recommendations as to those loans to '*> the war fmance corporation, which, in the end, will act on all applica tions. Borrow Up to July 1, 1922. "Advances may be made at any time prior to July 1, 1922, and will mature not later than one year from the date of the advance. Applications must agree that upon the maturity of any of the advances made by the appli cant, or of any of the paper discount ed or rediscounted by the applioant, upon which the war finance corpora tion's advances are based, a corres ponding repayment will be mad© by the applicant to the war finance cor poration, unless with the consent of the war finance corporation the time of payment of such advance or of such paper has been extended by th© ap plicant. The time of payment of an advance by the war finance corpora tion can not, however, he extended beyond -three years from the original date of the advance. "Payment of all or any part of an advance made by the war finance cor poration may be anticipated at any time. Interest will be adjusted in each case to the date upon which a pay ment is received by the war finance corporation. a Directors Determine Interest. "The rate of interest on advances by the corporation will be determined from time to time by the board of directors. *Under the law a bank, banker or trust company obtaining advances on the basis of loans made by it for agricultural purposes may not charge upon such loans a rate of interest greater than 2 per cent in excess of the rate charged by the war finance corporation. This provision should not be construed, however, to authorize any hank, banker or trust company to charge a rate of interest in excess of the rate permitted by state law. "Advances may be made by the war finance corporation agalnBt a note executed by the borrower as maker, or a draft accepted by the bor rower, waiving protest, notice of pro test, notice of dishonor, extension of time, substitution of collateral or other Indulgence by Indorsement guaranty, pledge or otherwise. A form of col laterally secured note which may he used by borrowers may be obtained from the nearest agricultural loan agency. Where.draftB accepted by the borrower are tendered they should be accompanied by an instrument of pledge or other collateral agreement conferring on the war finance corpora tion a valid Hen on the security to be pledged." Big Area to Be Irrigated. GREAT FALLS, Mont.—Water is available for the irrigation of 96,800 acres in the Milk River valley under works already constructed by the Uni ted States government, and an addi tional 65,000 acres will be accommo dated when irrigation projects now partially constructed or planned are completed, according to Chester C. Davis, state commissioner of agricul ture, who recently visited Malta and the Milk River, Mont., project Takes Over Midwest Refinery. CASPER, Wyo.—The directors of the Standard Oil Company of Indiana and the Midwest Refining company an nounce that arrangements satisfactory to both companies had been perfected whereby the Standard will assume the operation of the refineries of the Mid west company at Caspar, Graybull and Laramie, Wyo. SPORTS W. 8. C. Grandstand Ready. PULLMAN.—The new grandstand at Rogers field has been erected and is ready for all athletic contests dur ing the coming year. World Series October 5. CHICAGO.—The world series will start October 5, the first game to be played on the home grounds of the National league pennant winner. * Duck Season On. à KU Par. — DR. SPOKANE.—At 6:19 a. m. next Saturday the first salvo to greet the opening of the duck season in east ern Washington state will be fired by hunters. H Golf Champion. ST. LOUIS.—Jesse Guilford, Boston, won the national amateur golf cham pionship by defeating Robert Gard ner, Chicago, seven and elx in the 36-lhole final. The Arm Zeb L. Football Soason Open. EVANSTON, III. —Fumbles and pen alties recently brought one of the big gest football upsets in the middle west In recent years when North western university's eleven, a west ern conference team, was defeated, 7 to nothing, by Beloit college. Johnny Buff Beats Herman. NIEW YORK.—Johnny Buff of Jer sey City, American flyweight cham pion, won the world's bantamweight title when he received the judge's de cision over Pete Herman of New Or leans at the end of their 15-round bout. Buff weighed 113 ^ pounds and Herman 117% pounds. DR. S N. All Cre GRAVE SITUATION IN BURGENLAND Insurgents Are More Daring—Plunder Unabated—More Plots Scented. VIENNA.—The conviction was ex pressed in government circles Monday that only the early application of force could save the Burgenland situation from more grave developments. Hun gary's confession to the allies In Paris that she is unable to ejear the terri tory of the Insurgents, together with Austria's military impotency, has aroused the belief here that the "little entente" with the aid of Italy soon will be brought into play to settle the situation. It is admitted on all sides that a serious situation would follow such action, as the Hungarians constantly are being reenforced. Best al 210 HARDING NOMINATES GEN. WOOD He Will Assume Philippine Duties in October. WASHINGTON. — Major General Leonard Wood . has been formally nominated by President Harding to be governor general of the Philippine islands. General Wood will be placed on the retired list October 5 at his own re quest, having served more than the necessary 30 years. He will take the oath of office as governor general In Mianlla about that date and begin his duties at once. Under the agreement reached by General Wood with the authorities of the University of Pennsylvania, his appointment as provost of that Insti tution has been deferred a year to permit him to undertake the task as signed him in the Philippines. His services as therefore limited under his plans to about 12 months. tor St It _ governor general are present SHORT COURSES TO START JANUARY 2 WASHINGTON STATE COLLEGE, Pullman.—The annual short course in agriculture starting here January 2 and running eight weeks is an nounced by Dean Edward C. John son. Courses will be given in crops, soils, horticulture, animal husbandry, dairy husbandry, poultry husbandry, entomology, veterinary science and Harm management. The classes will be «o arranged that Btudents may en roll on January 2 for eight weeks, or come in four weeks later and en roll for the remaining month. Tuition is free. Two weeks' courses in gas engines and two weeks' courses in tractors will be given with a tuitional charge of «5 per course to cover a part of the laboratory material expense. a In I of Bank'* Novel Idea Recently a small town bank in Mis- j souri announced that for every 50 ac counts remaining in force for 30 days it would give $50 to ome church in its town. The churches all sent their folk to learn of the scheme. They were given signature cards and <old to solicit accounts of $1 or more. In one afternoon 59 members of a single Sunday school opened account s. Only one in 20 of the new accouuts were withdrawn at the month' end, and the rlan is drawing a good class of people. The bank regards the good-will alone as well worth the cost of the new ac counts. C. of Jail Auto 8peeders. SAN DIEGO, Cal.—San Diego'e city jail is crowded with automobile speed ers as the result of action by Police Judge E. L. Davins, who said that law violators must remain in jail instead of paying fines. With each week, Judge Devins says, ho will add 12 hours to every sentence for speeding. BUSINESS • DIRECTORY M.puon your t\UJTb> jtfUtfT w 1 hfiü. Wieiretl nK. Mm» » lady actlaopien t». 1 INFORMATION DEPARTMENT »alary, Sec kane. TKIVK stock car Granite t '/Ctt of on 1 b lk., & eases. private Old à Handy Spokane Business and Professional Directory. AUCTIONEER—LIVE STOCK KU khart" Auction Co.. N71Ï Monroe. _ AWTO TOP REPAIRING Par. Auto Toil To S1»\V 2d. Pho.Klv.446. BATTERY AND ELECTRICAL SERVICE Northwest Storage Ba tte ry. 110« W . 1st. Empire Electric Service. 2d a nd Cedar. — ~ CORRECT GLASSES DR. "HENDRICKS. 507 ttlv. Av. M. 637. HÖGS, VEAL AND POULTRY BUYERS Ï.KW1S MARKICTS, Sl'OKANK. FLOOR AND WALL TILE BMITOETTLK* MANTEL CÖ.. Spokane HAY AND GRAIN D EALERS CO.. Spokane. densed tor Cq„ HOTELS to business center, Siilmmi and Monroe, Spokane. _ "ICI MACHINES "__ Handy H otel, 2rd The FRICK ICE MACHINE. Cooper Machine A Plumbing Co., 1104 N. Mon roe. Harris Ice Mch. H. S. Jtlller Co., Spokane. Arm strong Machinery C?t>.. Spokane, Wn. live aT& ck AND poOltryT dug ht Zeb St Thompson, Max.. 72». 161 » Bridge . PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS L. 1- Westfall. »12 Pauls en Bldg. _ RUBBER STAMPS AND 8EALS_ Pacific stamp woRKS sis sprague. ' Sheet metal workers __ Wheeler Sheet Metal W'ks, 9 Riverside. STE AMSHIP TICKETS_ Assoc. Steamship Office, 210 Hyde Hldg. STEAM-TURK.—SOAP LAKE BATHS Neville's for rheumatism. 319 W. Sprague. Ice easy urea yields are ing no timea. ley, RICE booklet FOR town F. 80 tem, terms. Ave.. veterinary DR. ' B. 'JOHNSON, Union Stock Varda. WANTED TO BUY—POULTRY INLAND ï'oiiilry House. 713 N. Monroe. WINDSHIELDS, VISORS—CUT GLASS S pokane Cut GIubs Cu., \Y 3~ Riverside. AUTO TOPS AND BODIES st. Recovering, upholstering, repairing. N. Reeder. Automobile Trimmer St Mfgr. All repairing In my lin e . 1206 3d Ave. MACHINE SHOPS AND MACHINERY Ôversîxè Pistons fitted. Parts made for all cars. Cre scent Machine Works, 815 N, Monroe . TRACTOR" and AUTO CYLINDERS re ground, Pistons fitted like new. CEN TRAL MACHINE WK 3., 930 N. How ard. UNION IRON WORKS, Spokane, Wash. Pumps, IMpe, Bo ilers. E ngines, etc. Western Mach'y A Eqpt. Co.—Machines S5 Stevens St. M. 6539. and sal e or rent. ___ STiichine work of any kind la done by Pacific Iron Works, B pokan e._ MOTORCYCLES, BICYCLES, REPAIR'D FAÛCs cffY CYCLE CÖ., 10S BERNARD llarlev Motorcycles. Supplies, Repairing MONUMENTS _ SPOKANE MONUMENTAL CO. leading dealers In all Eastern and Foreign Grnnite and Mar ble Monuments. Designs and Prices by Mall. I>aige Stock. _ 808 w. Trent Ave., Cor, Post. Best Btock of Granite and Marble Monu ment*. Lowest prices. Inland Monument al Co,, N. 10O1 Monroe . Spokane. Wash. Spokane Manufacturers of Finest Granite Monuments & Cut Stone of all kinds. Qual ity and Prices to please. Su perior Personal Service. Get __ our price*. Art Memorial Co., 210 Hyde Bldg. _ PLATING AND STOVE REPAIRS muîft'1d¥Eunr'KÏÏBE^^ Plating, retlnnlng milk cans, stove repairs - Irmreï AND TRANSFER. Storage^ ïransf erT èount ry lliauflng. sfelfc HORN STORAGE & TFR. CO.. 3161 Line. In floor bert NEW TODAY BOXE8 AND CRATES APPLE, PEAR. PEACH, PRUNE and Tomato boxes; egg cases; raspberry crates, direct from factory to you. Write tor prices and save money. Olympia Box Package Co., Olym pi a, Wa sh. BUILDING MATERIALS St ARTISTIC IRON WORKS. Si Wash. Fences. Fire-escapes. CLJEANIN4Ï AND DYEING WE ARE THE ONLY^'FRENCH IN okane In the French Dry Cleaning and Dyeing Business, and we know how and are equipped to do It right. The Parle Cleaners, E. 1514 Sprague ave., Bpokane. _ FARM AND LOGGING HARNESS log today. Pierce Harness Co.. Bp okane. ~ FOR SALE—HQNEY PUrITe XT' R"ACTEDTÎONEY^Onèl^gàT. can, $7.50; two 5-gal. cane, $14.50; one case of 6 9-lb. cans, $8; one case of 12 6-lb. cans, $9.60. S. D. Smith, College Place, Wash. _ GOITRE REMOVED WITHOUT KNIFE. MONEY^ON^R^SÏJÏV^S^ONLŸt^^r^îï; _ Moyer. 307 Nich ol s Block . Spok ane. HELP WANTED—GENERAL me. the City of 2 WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO THIS winter? We want you In school, will teach you either Railroad, Commer cial or Wireless Telegraphy at a reason able charge. Good salaries after learning. Wireless class starts Oct. 3rd. Write for Catalog. Pacific Telegraph Institute, Spo kane, Wash. We AUTO REPAIR MEN AND CHAUFFEURS are valuable to their employers in propor tion to their ability to locate and remedy trouble. This ability is increased by ough knowledge of the Automobile. Autq Electric Equipment, etc. Such knowledge can be acquired in spare time. Address J. A. Macdonald, Dist. Supt. International Correspondence Schools, Spokane. Wash. HÔTELS thor WHITE'S HOTEL AND RESTAURANT; rooms 75c and up; hot and cold water In rooms; $4 and up by the week; good restaurant In connection. Corner of Stevens and Sprague, Spokane, Wash; KODAKS ANOJtOOAK^Fh4J8HINO^ jS^j^f'^one roll fffin developed C.-« I rev with each copy of this ad * * BARCLAY, 207 Temple Court, Spokane _PIP ELE88 FURNACES_ THE HAROLD FURNACE—A SAVER of fuel. Superior Fur. Co., S 302 Howard. FIND OUT ABOUT THE L1FESAVEU. H. A . Stelnke Furnace Co..1803 Division. ^^^JdALE^HELP^W AN T E D "^fX^AOES^SR^aROCERY^STORES^ Experience not necessary, steady job; j good salary; $1000 in stock of co. re quired. will take $500 cash. $500 ou t of j in In ac Keen Vision Brings Success To the Eyes of Youth »> a If a child has headache, inflamed eyes, symptoms of eye strain or is inattentive or slow in school work, the cause can be traced to the fact that it is usually their eyes that need attention. Give your child an even chance with the other child to get ahead. Have their eyes examined to determine if defects exist. If glasses are needed attention should be given at one». 12 The Standard Optical Co. I? 717 Rlrermtde Are.. Spokane. Eyes Examined, Glaasea Fitted. Write for Appointment. »alary, or will take in light car on stock. Sec Mr.Morris, :;08 Oranite blk., Spo kane. TKIVK DRÎVŒR GOOD SALARY; »toady job; $150 per month; $500 In stock of Co. required; can handle light car on stock. See Mr. Morris. 308 Granite blk. , Spokane, t '/Ctt P EffflEti H--I N S IL > F. WORK "TEAR around; $150 per month; $500 in stock of Co. required, or will take In light car on stock. See Mr. Morris. 308 Granite 1 b lk., Spo kane. __ MINING AND Oil. STOCKS QUOTATIONS AND REUIaStSTnJ*^ rnation on any stocks. Write us. Preston & Raef, Brokers._ SPECIALIST. All acute and chronlo dis eases. ELECTRIC cabinet, diet, exercise, private gym ; graduate nurse. Bloodl painless tonsil Old National absorption; latest method. Bank Bldg. Main 4M«. POULTRY AND POULTRY SURPLUS MILK Is pure creamery buttermilk con densed to a thick paste. The Ideal food tor laying hens and baby chlx. Write for circular and price. Commercial Creamery Cq„ Bpokane. Waah. __ REAL ESTATE AND FARM LANDS . BRIT Cheap land, good climate, markets and schools; adapted to mixed farming and ranching. Price six to fifteen dollars; easy terms. Foil particulars. RATTENBURY LANDS. LTD. Vancouver. B. C. 717 Metropolitan Bldg. Investigate this favored community "where farming la different," climate U Ideal, land reaaonable. water In superabundance, crop fall urea unknown; wide diversity of products; yields are Immense ; markets are good ; roads are A1 ; schools are excellent ; winters are mild ; mountain! protect from frost; fishing and hunt ing superb ; 1200 miles forest range adjacent : no violent winds ; no rainy season, and no hard timea. Tha famous Irrigated Bitter Root Val ley, Montana, la this unique spot. Write W. P. RICE COMPANY. Hamilton. Mont., for free booklet No. 4, or call on our Washington rep resentative, Theodore Gentsch, Symons Block. Spokane. FOR RENT OR SALE—Modern brick building; in the faat-grrowingr town ef Okanogan. This is the best location In town for any kind of merchandising es tablishment, especially a hardware store. F. M. Raum, Okanogan, Wash. 80 ACRES, 10 MILES OREGON CITY; Bn acres In cultlvatioiv large house, barn, granary and other building«; water sys tem, frnlt trees, etc.; $87.B0 per acre; terms. Owner, J. H. Johnson, 382 Grand Ave.. Portland. Ore. N LUMB . WANTED LIVrPÔÜLTRŸW ANTED Ship your live poultry, dressed veal and hogs. COMMERCIAL CREAMERY COMPANY Spokane. Wash. WELDING— ACÈTLŸÈNË Modern Welding Works. 808 W. 2nd. of & WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT HEMSTITCHING 10c A YARD We give special attention to mall orders. Work re ma tied aft me day re ceived. Let u* r »model your hat. 8AMPSON FEATHER WORK8 Kuhn, Building, Spokane, Wash. WXTiRNiTY HOME DR. MARY SWARTZ, GRADUATE MIDWIFE. TRAINED In Europe. Modern equipment, good home, before and after confinement, 401-402 Llndelle Block, Spokane. INFANTS' WEAR AND NEEDLECRAFT wear, stamped and fancy good*. 3rd floor Norfolk bldg., 81614 Riverside. TEACHERS' AGENCIES bert Teachers' Agency, 202 Peyton bldg. FEATHER WORK A. MADAME MAJER Hyde Building. All styles pleating, but tons, braiding, hem stitching, etc. IN and do 1514 one 12 Pants or skirts «3.60-14. Coat, «4.60-3S 1305 let Ave. Seattle Kelly's Remember the Nqrp|»«t Ice for the Farm Make the winter serve you by storing tons of loe with my molds. Guaranteed absolute ly. Don't delay preparations. Write for full Information and prices today. WARREN LATHAM, Mfgr. Spokane, Wash. WINTER VETCHES, WINTER OATS AND WINTER BARLEY for We The Inland Seed Company Spokane, Waah. AUDITS COSTS SYSTEM8 LANE. BELL 4L QILL Public Accountant* Federal Tax Advleora Empire State Bldg., Spokane, Waah. of job; j re of YOUR SPOKANE HOME HALIM HOTEL T H E HEADQUARTERS FOR FARMERS AND WHEAT GROWERS. JOE. PEDDICORD, Prop. ELECTRIC WE SELL, INSTALL AND REPAIR Farm Lighting Planta, Motors, Generaton, Lamps. Washers, Etc. EDISON BATTER IES will work on any electric plant ; last 20 year». Lead plate batteries and parts for all FARM ELECTRIC PLANTS. NI XON. KIMM ELL CO. S. 107 Wall St. Spokane. Waah. For Expert Dry Cleaning Send Your Fine Garment» to the or be the If French Cleaners and Dyers, Inc. Wo Pay Rootage on Mall Ordere. Third and Washington,Spokane trees: and shrubs Fruit tire, budded from bearing orch • nli Apple. Pe*r, Cherry, Teach, Plum. Pruna. Aprlcut. quince. Grape Vlnee. Shrubbery. Planta. Barberries. Black berriea. Diana. Dewberrlee, Aipangui. Rhubarb, Flowering Shrubs. Reset. Vine» Hedge, Nut and 8b.de Tree*. Carriage paid. BaU*acUon guaranteed. WASHINGTON NURSERY OOt I? WMMigtiii. Salesmen everywhere. More wanted.