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Mention your home paper when (answer!ug these WdyerUseme nta. - SPECIALIST. AH acute and chronic dis- cabinet, diet, exercise, INFORMATION DEPARTMENT Old for A Ilandy Spokane Business and Professional Directory. AUCTtONEER^U y TTfoC K Kirkhart Auction Co., N711 Monroe. AUTO TOP REPAIRIN G T»ac. Auto Top Co. Blow 2d. T 'ho.Rlv-Mg BATTERY AND ELECTRICAL 8 E 5 VICI Northwest Storage Battery. 1106 _.W; 1»L Empire Electric. Service. 2d and C gdari CORRECT GLASSES_ I)R. HT0NDR1C KS. 607 B lv. AV- _M-—Sjl7. hogs, veal A nd poultry buyers JÔH N LEWIS MARKETS, S POKANjL— -FLOOR A ND WALL TILE - UMPIRE TILE A MANTEL ICO ., Spokane - FLORISTS ___ Write, phone or wire your floral wants to Eugene'« Flower Shop, 20 Wall atreet; HAY AND GRAIN OE ALgRS ckimtr At, HAY & GRAIN CC L._Spokang.- - HOTELS Z to ibuBlness center, 3rd and Monroe, Spokane. -ice MACH INES Th . «'RICK ICE MACHINE, Coopi A Plumbing Co.. 1104 N. Monroe. ".„I. lee Mch . H. O. Miller CQy Spokane. Machinery Co., Spokane, Vin. i .v/c ST OCK ANU POULTRY BOU GHT 7oh a Thompson. Ma x.« 739. 1616 Bridge. -P ATENTS AND TRADEMARKS t. 1. Westf all. *13 Paulsen Bldg. -RUBBER 8TAMPS AND SEALS_ Ô.PIVTC STAMP WORKS, 51« Sprague. -S HEET METAL WORKERS Sheet Metal W 'ks, 9 Riverside. STEAMSHIP TICKET8 _ Assoc. Stearaship_ Office. 210 .Hyde Bldg. ST EAM-TURK.—SOAP L AKE_BATHS Sevil le's for rheumatism. 319 W. Sprague. -~~ V ETERINAR Y _. DR. B. JOHNSON, Un ion Stock Yards. ' WANTED TO BUY—POULTRY I NLAND Poultry Houae, 713 N. Monroei WINDSHIELDS, VISORS—CUT GLASS S pokane" Cut Glass Co., W27 Riverside — -ÂÜTÔ^ÔPS^NDBÔDÏÉC^ îmandTAuto^Top' Factory, S. 211 Monroe st. Recovering, upholstering, repairing. N. Reeder, Automobile Trimmer & Mfgr. All repairing I n my line. 1206 3d Ave. îlAClHNE^SHOPS^AND^MACHjNERY^ ^fiSdèr^HndTngTtrspècffity^Ovèrsixe Pistons fitted. Parts made for all cars. Cresce nt Machine Works. 815 N . Monroe. TRACTOR and AUTO CYLINDERS re ground, Pistons fitted like new. CEN TRAL MACHINE WKS., 930 N. Howard. UNION IRON WORKS, Spokane, Wash. Pnmna. Pipe, Boilers. Engines, etc . Western t ach'y A Eqpt. C°.—Machines s ale or rent. S5 Stevena St. M. 553». Machine work of any kind is done by Pacif ic Iron Works. Spokane. _ _ _ Harley Motorcycl es . Sup plies. Repairing -- MONUMENTS l Sillman Hand Hotel. er Ice Wheeler SPOKANE MONUMENTAL CO. Leading dealers in all Eastern and Foreign Granite and Mar ble Monuments. Designs and Brices by Mall. Large Stock. _ 808 W. Trent Ave., Cor. Poat. Best stock of Granite and Marble Monu men ta. Lowest prices. Inland Monument al Co,, N. 1001 Monroe, Spokane, Wash. Manufacturers Spokane _ Finest Granite Monuments & Cut Stone of all kinds. Qual ity and Prices to please. Su perior Personal Service, our prices. Art Memorial Co., Get 210 Hyde B ldg._ PLATING AND STOVE REPAIRS WRir^^ y M¥ER^sT* v> Rr5BENSr rf ^i008^1st. Plating, retlnnlng milk cans, Btovo repair« storaqbajvjdtransfer^ ~~ Storage. Transfer, Country Hauling. SEE HORN STORAGE & TFR. CO.. S161 Line. NEW TODAY BATTERIES CHARGED AT HOME. BATTERIES CHARGED in 15 or 20 minutes. Use Why-Sol Battery solu tion; saves time, money; prolongs life of battery; will not freeze, sulphate, burn or explode; overheat and evapor ates very slowly. Reliable dealers wanted everywhere. Literature on request. Spo kane Why-Sol Co., N. 909 Howard, Spo kane. _ BUIL£|NGJ«ATER|ALe^^^ ARTISTIC IRON ^WOR^T^Spokan«; Wash. Fennes. Fire-escapes. _ FARM AND LOGGING HARNESS iA>w'ÊST' / PRÏCEsr^VVRITÏf"TrOR S 'CATA log todav. Pierce Harnes s Co.. Spokane. FISH AND OYSTERS_ ÎOPPBRED^SAUiîONr^LSrTjérTTTbs . STANDARD OYSTERS, $3.00 per Gallon F.O.B Spokane. All Orders C.O.D. Geo. Pritchard, Producers Mkt, Spokana HELP WANTED—GENERAL_ LEARN TELEGRAPHY at the largest TELEGRAPH SCHOOL In the north W PACIFIC TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE, Spokan e. Wash._ ELECTRICIANS NEEDED everywhere. Electric Quick advancement. Learn Wiring, Lighting, Telephony, etc. HOME IN SPARE TIME. Method in dorsed by Edison, Steinmetz. Free book let. Address J. A. Macdonald, Diat. Supt. International Correspondence Schools, 326 Kuhn bl dg., Spokane, Waah. _. ~ " FOR SALE—HONEY AT If you use Extracted Honey, Sweet Apple Cider, cider Vinegar or Fancy Apples, write C. C. Stinger, 1722 E. Sprague Av„ Spokane. Farmer. Producer and Manufacturer. HOTELS 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. INVESTMENTS IF YOU HAVE ANY STOCKS OR SHARES with which you are dissatisfied write us for proposition to trade for active dividend, paying stocks. HOWLAND & PEDERSON INC. L. C. Smith Bldg. IJ^^Yîiiê^roïï fïîuî developed rree with each copy of thla ad BARCLAY, 207 Temple Court. Bpokans mi'scellaneous Seattle. ree HOW WOULD YOU TAKE TO MAKE »1.00 to »6.00 an hour, part or spare time? It's easy; you onlv have to Bhow the "Shtmmie Dog" to start a riot; then take orders. Agents coining money now; cost 60c. sells $1.00; greatest sensation since the "Teddy Bear." Send 60c for prepaid sample; money back If not sat isfied. Start now for Holiday business. United itallwuy Exchang HEMSTITCHING tachments, works on any sewing ma chine oaslly adjusted. Price $2.50 with full instructions. Oriental Novelty Co., Box 11, Co rpus ChrlB tl, Texas, _ —BLACKSMITH'S shop, In good farming town. Address Mike Bolées, R $04 Toy Manufacturing Co., Bldg., Seattle, Wash. AND PICOTINS AT A TO ate, Montana .. ("aSS^NEOUS^FOJtJSALE U LB PLANTING TIME IS H ERE. A fine collection of early cottage and Darwin tulips, narcissus and hyacinths, Paclflo Coast Grown, the best. Plant Iris and all perlennlals now. Write for price lists. THE PUDOR FLORAL FARMS, Puyall Wnwh 'kvirqrjjnsr-T.TTLja r P HALB UK - SPECIALIST. AH acute and chronic dis- ease«. ELECTRIC cabinet, diet, exercise, private gym.; graduate nurse. Bloodless, painless tonsil absorption; latest method Old National Bank B lag. Main 4334. - PIPÊJLESS FURNACES_ FÏîÎdOÔÛT^ABOUT" THE L1FESAVER. H A. Stelnke Furnace Co.. 1*03 Division POULTRY AND POULTRY SUPPLIES MÎOc8ï3tc~n55NÔÉS§^^ MILK Is pure creamery buttermilk con densed to a thick paste. The Ideal food for laying hens and baby chix. Write for circular and price. Commercial Creamery Co.. Spokane. Wash. SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES cars. re . by _ AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF SANI PRACTIC The only school In U. S. where ALL timeless systems are taught on a Sant practic basis. Write for particulars. Sanipractlc Bldg.. Pine and Broadway. Seattle, Wash . ____ TIMELY REAL ESTATE OFFERINGS ELDERLY MAN. OWNER, choice, rich, all tillable, 160 acres; will rent five years for $800, and making owner a home. The home greatest consideration, and a very rare opportunity. Address Box 333, Fallon. Nevada. _ CENTRAL BRITISH COLUMBIA Cheap land, good climate, markets and schools; adapted to mixed farming and ranching. Price six to fifteen dollars; easy terms. Full particulars. RATTENBURY LANDS. LTD. Van couve r. B. 717 Metropolitan Bide. Wilamette Valley farm—40 acres excel lent soil; 700 prune trees; all kinds fruit; 6-rm. house, running water; good out buildings; barn full hay: city phone; horses, cows with place; 25 miles Port l and. 401 N. Merldan. Newherg. Ore, FOR SALE— »0 acres grain land; 3 acres orchard; good buildings. $125 per acre; for city property and some • Mrs. Lizzie Bishop. Junc tlon City, Ore. Route L I,ane Co. FOR SALE—GOOD WHEAT RANCH. Half section, near Farmington; $100 per acre; $15.000 cash: balance 6% per cent. May Jorgenson. 1750 E. 62nd St., Seattle. Wash. _ Ice will trade cash. Write WANTED LIVE POULTRY WANTED Ship your live poultry, dressed -veal and hogs. COMMERCIAL CREAMERY COMPANY Spokane. Wash. WELDING—ACETYLENE wTspecializeTn-doincTtTriSht: Modern Welding Works. 808 W. 2d. WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT FACE AND HAIR 8PËCÏÀLI8TS. '^EÎéctrolyslsT^pimpîés? , scaîp _ ^ivorkrTaee bleaching, switches from combings and first quality cut hair. Wolcott & Sinks, 421 Rookery Bldg.. Spokane. _ INFANTS' WEAR AND NEEDLECRAFT •ÎIÎE^^DIÆ^RAlgTTÏOPriN^ïW wear, stamped and fancy goods. 3rd floor Norfolk bldg.. 816% Riverside. CO. Mar and HEMSTITCHING 10c A YARD We give special attention to mall orders. Work remalled same day re Let us remodel your hat. SAMPSON FEATHER WORKS Kuhn, Building, Spokane, Wash. ceived. & Qual Su Co., TEACHERS'AGENCIES Teachers for H. S. Science Needed. Al bert Teachers' Agency, 202 Peyton bldg. MATERNITY HOME_, Get ~~ SEE Line. DR. MARY SWARTZ, GRADUATE MIDWIFE. TRAINED In Europe. Modern equipment, good home, before and after confinement, 401-402 Llndelle Block. Spokane. FEATHER WORK ft MADAME MAJER Hyde Building. All styles pleating, but tons, braiding, hem stltchlng, etc. 20 solu life Spo Spo When it comes to your eyes you want the same feeling of security concerning your Optometrist as you do your hank your surgeon lawyer. You will only feel certain your glasses are right when you get them from an establishment that enjoys the absolute confidence of the community. OPTICAL» COMPANY has been right here in (Spokane for 16 years. It excels for skill, science, accuracy and optical technique. your _ The STANDARD . Gallon The Standard Optical Co., largest north 717 Riverside Ave., Spokane. Eyes Examined, Glasses Fitted. Write for Appointment. in book Supt. 326 AT BULBS DIRECT IMPORTATION OF HOLLAND BULBS Ask for Catalog. Inland Seed Co. Apple Fancy 1722 Spokane, Waah. WHAT WILL BE A LARGE FARMING DISTRICT Is fust taking form In our logged-off laud dlHtrlot of Stevens county. This district Is naturally adapted to dairy ing and stock raising. Sub-lrrlgated soli makes fruit raising possible In many ports \Ye arc notv selling this land at a big cut In price. water good of Phoenix Lumber Company write active Dept. W «, Foot of Well St. Spokane, Waah. Seattle. ree YOUR SPOKANE HOME HALUDAY HOTEL T H MAKE spare Bhow then now; for sat ma with Co., _ Address E HEADQUARTERS FOR FARMERS AND WHEAT GROWERS. JOE. PEDDICORD, Prop. MARTIN'S BEST Flour, per bbl. CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP Per case . $04 Wash. AT $8.90 • 0.10 LEAN BACK BACON Per lb. 23c Send for otir money-saving catalog of groceries, dry goods, hardware, Blioes, etc. A postal brings It. ERE. JORDAN-LAWLER CO and Plant for *! 130 W. Second Ave. SPOKANE. WASH. DEPT 4 PRICE REDUCTIONS NAMED AT NATIONAL MEET AS PERMA NENT MEASURE. It a a WAGE QUESTION ARGUMENT Can Not Pay to Produce Where There Is No Market—Mayors Can Do Much—Plan More Irrigation. a WASHINGTON, D. C. — Having agreed upon definite remedial policies for the emergencies and permanent relief of the unemployed and the re turn of commerce and business to normal, the national unemployment conference has completed its labors, undertaken at the request of President Harding, and adjourned without date. All interests within the nation were urged to join in effecting a adjustment of wages and normal prices, in a statement on behalf of the employer members of the confer ence, read by Ernest T. Trigg of Phil adelphia and Samuel Gompers, presi dent of the American Federation of Labor, pledging the support of labor to the constructive policies approved by the conference. In Its less than three weeks of ex istence, the conference adopted pro posals for solving many of the major economic difficulties of the nation and suggested machinery for the immedi ate relief of the unemployed. Existing unemployment was found by the conference to be a matter for the communities to handle with the responsibility for its mitigation placed upon the mayors. 3rd Advise Part Time Job*. Other emergency measures sug gested include the institution of part time jobs, increased repair and clean up work by manufacturers, private houses, hotels, offices and municipal ities; expedition of public works by the municipal, state and federal gov ernments; congressional action at the the present session on appropriations for roads, and passage of the railway funding legislation now before con gress. Permanent measures adopted by the conference covered a wide range of economic factor®, Including sug gestions for readjustment of dispro portionate increases in prices, due to increased cost of transportation, en larged profits, Interest, taxes, labor and other charges. Urge Irrigation Projects, As a means of giving employment to 16,000 workers this winter the United States reclamation service has recom mended to the public works committee of the president's unemployment con ference that congress be called upon to appropriate $16,200,000 for speed ing up work on 11 irrigation projects in the west. These piojec.ts include one in Ore gon, one in Washington and two in Idaho, for which the following al lotments would be made: Klamath, Ore., $1,000,000; Yakima, Wash., $3,600,000; Boise, Idaho, $1, 200,000; Minidoka, Idaho, $2,000,000. Senate Would Help. WASHINGTON, D. C—Anticipating recommendations to be made by the president's unemployment conference, Senator McNary introduced a bill ap propriating $20,000,000 for speeding up work on western reclamation projects during the winter months. The bill is similar to one introduced in the house by Representative Smith. Al All but of DR. BRUMFIELD FOUND GUILTY Slayer Hear* Murder Verdict at Rose, burg. Ore., and la Unmoved— Tries Suicide. KOSBBURf}, Ore.—A jury in the cir cuit court brought a verdict of guilty of murder in the first degree in the case of Dr. llichard M. Brumfield, charged with the slaying of Dennis Russell, a bachelor-farmer, whose headless body was found beneatii the smoking wreckage of Brumfield's au tomobile beside a road near here. The penalty for first degree murder is death by banging. The prisoner received the verdict with no show of emotion, but Mrs. Brumfield, the defendant's wife, col lapsed and was assisted from the courtroom. The following night the doctor cut ills throat in an attempt to end his life. Sheriff Starmer found him 16 minutes later lying on his cot in the Jail cell, his throat cut and semi-con scious. The instrument used by the dentist in attempting suicide could not be found. In Plan Soviet State Bank. MOSCOW.—The RusBian soviet council of commissars, of which Pre mier Lenlne is president, has decided to create a state bank which will be authorized to make loans to afford credit facilities to develop industries, agriculture and trade and also to con trol circulation and exchange, bank will be capitalized at trillion rubles. 0.10 23c The three German Cabinet Quite. BERLIN.—The cabinet headed by Chancellor Wirth resigned office Mon day. UTRY GOOD FENCES ARE REQUIRED Fowls Running at Large Destroy Gar dens and Flower Beds— Confins Them In Yards. (Prepared by the United Slates Depart ment of Agriculture.! Confine the buck-yard flock ; other wise the hens will stray into neigh bors' yards and gardens, where they may cause damage and are almost sure to cause 111 feeling. The yard should be Inclosed by a board or wire fence. Wire fencing Is preferable, as It Is cheaper and the hen« are less likely to fly over It, suy poultry spe cialists of the United States Depart ment of Agriculture, if cats prove troublesome where one Is raising chickens, It may be necessary to cover the top of the yard with wire also. A board should uot be used at the top of a wire fence, as tills gives the heus s visible place to alight and tends to teach them to fly over. A 5-foot fence Is high enough for most conditions, but If the hens show a tendency to fly over such a fence the flight feathers of one wing should be clipped. Leghorns need a «-foot fence. The larger the yard which can be provided the better the hens will do, as it not only gives them greater opportunity to exercise, but also makes It possible to maintain a sod on the yard. In most cases not enough land will be available so that a sod can be maintained. If the yard Is fairly large. It can be divided Into two parts and green crops, such as oats, wheat, rye, or Dwarf Essex rape allowed to start In one yard while the hens are conflned to the other. The green crops should be sown very thick, and the following quantities will be found satisfactory for a yard 25 by 30 feet : Wheat, 2 % pounds; oats, 1% pounds; rye, 3Vi pounds, rape, 5 ounces. When the growing stufT reaches a height of 3 to 4 inches the hens can be turned upon It and the other yard be simi larly sown. Where It Is Inadvisable to divide tlie yard It Is possible to keep a sup« ply of green stuff growing by using a wooilen frame 2 or 3 Inches high cov ered with 1-lncli-mesh wire. A frame made of X by 2-luch lumber, 6 feet long and 3 feet wide, with an addi tional piece across the center to sup port the wire when the hens stand on It, will be found desirable for a small yard. A part of the yard as large as this frame is spaded up and sown, the frame placed over It, and the mate rial allowed to grow. As soon as the green sprouts reach the wire the hens to to in al $1, the ap up bill the jygiy H tm Of §§g A >S> t) p ; .X. m s $ '.; $ fin IgSlMpI K. mm .. 1U5& t ■ 'S- ! mÊmii Common Poultry Netting Makes a Very Satisfactory Fence. will begin to pick them off, but since they cannot eat them down to the roots the sprouts will continue to grow and supply green mnterlat. frame can be moved from place to place in the yard, and In this way different parts cultivated. The yard should be stirred or spaded up frequently, if not in soil. In order to keep it In the hest condition. This will not only tend to keep down any odors which might arise, but also allow the droppings to be absorbed into the soil more readily, and, there fore, keep the yard In better condi tion for the hens. Although it Is necessary to keep the hens confined to their yard most of the time, It Is sometimes possible to let them out where they may range upon the lnwn for an hour or so in the evening when some one can be at hand to watch them or at certain sen sons of the year to nllow them to run in the garden plot. This will be en joyed greatly by the hens and will he very beneficial to them. cir the the au The is col the cut his 16 the the not This Pre be con CONTROL INTESTINAL WORMS Best Way Is to Change Ground Upon Poultry Run, Especially If Fowls Are Crowded. The Changing the ground upon which poultry run Is the best means of con trolling Intestinal worms In poultry, because the worms or eggs of the worm will stay over In the ground from one season to nnother, especial ly If the poultry is overcrowded. by Mon I ! the I ; BOMB JUST MISSED U. S. AMBASSADOR AT PARIS. FRANCE! Bursts in Home of Envoy and Valet Is Injured Slightly—Property Is Damaged. i I ; miaust s as a protest against the con-j j t victIon of two communists In the the PARIS. A bomb, believed bj police to have been sent by French com United States charged with murder, exploded recently in the residence of Myron T. Herrick, American ambas sador to France. A valet was Injured and irnrt of the house damaged. The small, oblong package, wrapped in plain while paper, tied with a strong cord and marked "perfume," lay on a table in the American em bassy all morning. It was addressed personally to the American ambassa dor and had been delivered by regis tered post. Thinking it was a gift, the ambas sador's secretary. iAtwrence Norton, carried it to the ambassador's resi dence. Early in the evening the am bassador's valet, Walter Blanchard, saw the package on a desk, and fol lowing custom started to open It. The removal of the paper revealed a small pasteboard box, such as might be used for holding soap. Almost Imme diately a spring was released, and as Blanchard lifted the lid he heard a familiar noise, which brought back the days when he was a bomber in the British army. He hurled the ibox through the open bathroom door and ran from the room. The bomb ex ploded In the doorway. Two frag ments hit the valet in the back. He was not seriously injured. The ambassador, his daughter-in law. Mrs. Parmely Herrick, and her seven-year-old son were Just at this time ascending the stairway prepara tory to entering Mr. Herrick's suite. Congratulated on Escape. President Millerand was among the first to congratulate the American ambassador on his escape. He sent ibis personal representative to convey congratulations in the name of the peo ple of France that the ambassador had not been hurt and to assure Mr. Her rick that the outrage was deeply re or In % 3 a on as the the Spokane's Leading Cafes $5=2 j Stop Here * When this sign shows up In front of you, It should signal you to stop before meal time. We always have something you will tike. The Tray Tavern N. 110 Howard. Spokane MODELCAFE Open All Night SPOKANE'S HIGH CLASS FAMILY RESTAURANT Cue and Bring the Family 710 - 11 - 12-14 SPRAQUE AVE. TURN COLD TO GOLD With my Ice molds you can make all the ice you want right in your own yard. ... _U_ Write for informa tion and prices. WARREN LATHAM. Mnfrs. Spokane, Wash. ! LATH MlS I l rm -J $ .. ! "SWEETEN UP" AND "KEEP SWEET" WITH a the to or In Finest Table Honey, absolutely pure. Write for prices and good, large sample, only 4c stamps for postage. Orders filled by parcel post or otherwise. • YORK HONEY CO.. 30 Main Ave., SPOKANE. WASH. SPOKANE CLINIC For the diagnosis and treatment of medical and surgical cases 751 WASHINGTON ST. SPOKANE, WASH. j A PHOTOGRAPH —which really does one's aelf justice and of such artistic interpretations an to compel the admiration Qf friends is the kind produce. Specials. $7.50 to $12 per dozen. Angvire Studio Fern well building Spokane's Leading Photographer PILES Fistula. Fissure, Itching and all other rectal conditions, except Cancer, permanently cured without surgery. My method of treatment saves the tissue Instead of destroying It. It Is painless, requires no anesthetic and Is permanent. There is no confinement to bed, no Interference with buslnss or social engagements. Call or write for booklet. Mention this paper when writing. DR. C. J. DEAN Second and Morrison Sts., Portland, Or I sented by every Frenchman worthy of ! the name and that the greatest efforts I would he made to apprehend the ; guilty. A Gigantic Plot. A plot by French communist« to take retaliatory measures against all i American officials in France In the event of the execution of Sacco and I Vanzettl, convicted In the United ; States of murder, was revealed when j t known that threats had been made to blow up the office of the American reparations commission and the passport bureau of a em resi am fol The be as a the the ibox and ex frag He her this the sent peo had Her re Has Done More for Wyoming in the Last 8 Years than OIL IN THE All the Farms " Cattle " Gold Mines " Silver Mines " Copper Mines " Coal Mines " Timber and Saw mills " Retail Merchants during this 8 years has proven a more safe and profitable investment than any one of the above other lines of busi ness, all Aladin stock shares In our Wyoming as well as our Washing ton holdings. ENTIRE STATE of WYOMING CombiacJ AND ALADIN OIL & REFINING COMPANY, a Washington Corporation owned by Spo kane- 11 A company out of debt, capitalized (ac cording to its asset« and holdings) for less money in proportion to those assets than any other locally owned oil concern. Capital Stock $1,000,000; secured and insured by its vast holdings of wells, lands, machinery and equipment both in Wash ington and Wyoming. A company that plana to build a future for ita stockholders all the way from crude oil production to refin ing and then selling its refined products from its own filling stations. Angeles and Wyoming men. BETTER JOIN 0 / s \, Vt' "Sk OILS, REFINING CO 5 tu,Nur on YHcntciwr. THAR THIS OFF AND MAIL TODAY 102 Dato ALADIN OIL & REPINING CO., 608 Hyde Block, Spokane, Wash. 1'lqase enter my order for.shares at 10c each of ALADIN OIL 4 REFINING CO Capital Stock. I inclose $ payment for same. H8. Komarkn sign of will Signed Address . Buyer, take notice. You may make pa payment if you desire—just state numbei Rhares and payments desired. Other Offices: 420 Sprague Ave. and 513 ftfaio Ave.. Spokane rtial r of ELECTRIC WE SELL, INSTALL AND REPAIR Farm Lighting Plants, Motors, Generators, Lamps, Washers, Etc. EDISON BATTER IES will work on any electric plant ; laat 20 years. Lead plate batteries and parts for all FARM ELECTRIC PLANTS. NIXON-KIMMELL CO. Spokane. Wash. S. 167 Wall St. AUDITS COSTS SYSTEMS LANE. BELL A GILL Public Accountant* Federal Tax Advisors Empire State Bldg., Spokana, Wash. TYPEWRITERS Ice can ice in yard. CORONA, the port- Af* abis typewriter, Vk $60.00, including 4P handsome ease. Other makes f or aals or rant "A at McDonald r CORONA TYPEWRITER SALES CO Spokane, Waah. And How to Food. Mailed free to any address by the author. H. Clay Glover Co., Ine. 118 West 31st St. New York, U. S. A. AMERICA'S PIONEER DOG REMEDIES TREES '-o SHRUBS rr Fruit tree* budded from bezrtng orrh . arda. Apple. Pear. Cherrr, Paach, Plum. [Prune, Apricot. Quince. Grape Vine«. I Shrubbery, Planta, Raapberrlea. Black 1 ""ri"- Loren*. Dewberriea, Asparagus. Rhubarb. Flowering Shrubs, Room. Vines. Hedge, Nut and Shade Trees Carriage paid. Ballrfactlou guaranteed. L* WASHINGTON NURSERY OCX Toppwnlsh, Washington. Salesmen everywhere. More wanted.