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TEMPLE THEATRE THURSDAY, MARCH 13 WILLIAM DESMOND in "Closin' In'' As an added attraction, a two reel Keystone comedy fe< luring Billie Armstrong in "A Shanghaied Jonah" FRIDAY, MARCH 14 Good things always come in pairs. in her latest "Pair of Silk Stockings." If your husband not only objected to your tasle in motor insisting on one of his own selection, but bought sables for another woman (to make you jealous) as well, would you immediately lose no time in suing for a divorce. So come to thë Temple Theatre, Friday night, and see just bow Miss Ta 1 madge solves the problem of motor car and sables, in her latest Select Pictures. Captivating Constance—a name to conjure with! SATURDAY, MARCH 15 VIOLET MERSEREAU in "The Girl by the Roadside" A wonderfully strong drama. Alice Howell in "What's the Matter With Father." Como and see how father gets even"! Current Events weekly. SUNDAY, MARCH 16. "Nobody Wife" Last Sunday there was a mistake made in having a show booked here that had been here before, so this Sunday we know that a mistake has not been made and have booked an exceptionally fine show. We are. hoping to retain your pat ronage on Sundays. "King of (he Kitchen"—Keystone comedy. MONDAY and TUESDAY. MARCH 17-18 ALMA RUBENS in "The Painted Lily" Miss Rubens is one of the coming screen stars of today, and you will miss something if you fail to see her in "The Painted 'Lily. " "A Sanitarium Scandal"—Keystone Comedy. It's a knock out. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, MARCH 19-20 ROY STEWART in "The Fly God" Maybe you've been drawn on a jury and forced to de cide the life'or death of a fellow man. To you it is not a pleasant appointment. Here is a man who wouldn't give in, eleven to one. The battle of argument raged with hunger and fatigue on the side of the eleven. Conscience alone on the side of the one, but God is the one to whom justice belongs. "Did She Do Wrong"—Keystone comedy. A good one. i See Constance Tal cadge cars Drama The NEZPERCE LAUNDRY A New Enterprise in Our Town That Wants Your Business Give Us a Trial Order FIRST DOOR EAST FARMERS STATE BANK Twelve Years of Success and Satisfaction Prove that Our Members are Getting Their Insurance at Cost • • • • • • • • and that the cost is lower than other insurance. Ask Fred Riggers, Local Director, Nezperce, Ida. or Write Jesse Hoffman, Sec.-Treas., Leland, Ida. Nezperce Farmers County Mutual Fire Ins. Co. Public Sales! Remember These Sale Dates March 13, J. M, Smith, Mohlcr March 17, Holsteins, Seattle March 19, Holsteins, Spokane March 27, Sacramento, Cal. March 28, Aberdeen Angus, San Francisco April I, Shorthorns, Portland April 2, Holsteins, Yakima, Wash. * Harry C.Cranke,Auc. Nezperce, Idaho We Buy All Issues of Liberty Bonds If you are compelled through force of. circumstances to sell your bonds, take them to your banker and ask him to draw a sight draft on us with bonds attached, or send the bonds to us yourself by registered mail. We will remit on day received at the best market price. Tele- phone, wire or write for quotations on Liberty Bonds or any security quotations. Your banker is our reference. IRVING WHITEHOUSE COMPANY Box 67 Spokane, Wash. Davenport Hotel Bldg. Spokane Live Stock Market for Week Ending March 8. .Receipts of live stock at 1 his market for the two weeks ended Friday, March 7th were : 14(17 cattle; 68 calves; 1594 hogs,-917 sheep and 13 horses and mules— totaling 85 carloads. A moderate supply of cattle appeared each morning of the past two weeks with no heavy runs being reported on any one day. Most of the recent offer ings were just plain hay-fed cattle, with nothing so far com from the close winter feed Priees have advanced stead ily and all sales have been made in line with the same. The re ceipts in all cases have been in sufficient to supply the demand, and in view of anticipated light receipts these long prices will re main steady. The hog market made a favor able yp-turn during the past ten days, being effected by an ad vance of 50c per ewt. on all class es. The supply of hogs has also been limited, with the demand on any sale day being far in ex cess of the daily offering. The market closed steady to strong at the following quotations: prime mixed $17.50 to $17.75 ; medium mixed, $17.10 to $17.35; rough heavies, $15.50 to $16.75; $15.50 to $16.75; stockers feeders, $12.00 to $14.50. The light receipts of sheep has kept the sheep market practi cally at a standstill, altho the prevailing demand has kept the quotations well up to prices be ing paid generally throughout the country, and the sales of what few were offered were made at prices consistent with published quotations. The mar ket is firm with prime lambs, $14,50 to $15.50; fair to medium lambs,. $12,75 to $13.75; prime yearlings, prime wethers, $9.00 to $10.00 ; best mutton ewes, $6.00 to $9.00. m g lot. pigs. and $10.00 to $11.50; Pershing's Sunday School Days. "Yes, Johnny Pershing was a pretty good boy. He was blight, sturdy, sëlf-reliant and he used to know his Sunday school les son, too." Bo spoke R. A. Kay of 710 Pacific avenue, Long Beach, Cal ifornia, in a recent newspaper interview. Mr. Kay, back in La clede, Mo., taught the Sunday school class in the First Metho dist church of which "Johnny" Pershing, then a high school stu dent, now the commander in chief of the American Expedi tionary Forces, was a member. General Pershing's father, J. E, Pershing, was a class leader in the church. Both Johnny and his brother, Jim, according to Mr. Kay, were subject to a strict religious training. "As I remember Johnny Per shing," stated Mr. Kay as he he éaine remiscènt of his life in La clede, "he was a persevering young man. ('In fact, I would say that perseverance- was one of *his dominant traits. He and - his brother) took care of their fath er's farm, 160 acres in all, just outside of town. Johnny's fath postraaster in Laclede for Both of the boys cr was several years, were faithful and were good workers. "Johnny was quite athletic, es 1 remembered him. After he finished high school he taught a negro school, later going country school. Then he entered Kirks ville Normal school, where he made excellent progress. '"While he was attending nor mal school his father's store was robbed. Johnny came home to if he could help ascertain who committed the burglary. While he was home he read a notice in the newspaper that there was to he an examination for West Point at Trenton, Mo. "Johnny determined to take the examinations. He drove 35 the country in a He passed to a sec miles across buggy to Trenton., successfully and got,the appoint This 1 learned later from his brother Jim when I was in Alchinson, Kansas." Kay is confident that General Pershing will be nomi- nated for presidency and that he will get the chance to vote for him. Mrs. Kay attended high school with Johnny Pershing for two years. According to the Kays, Johnny Pershing was pop- ular with all of the students. - When shown the above arti- cle from a Long Beach paper, C. W. Felt, the well known Nez- merehant and boyhood ment. Mr. perce neighbor of General Pershing, said: "Yes, I remember Mr. Kay teacher in our Sunday school, to which a good mother sent me regularly every Sunday after I had been sernh- as a morning bed and dolled up in my best 'bib and tucker'. Those were in- deed happy days and good to look hack to, especially through all the big events that have come between then and now." Ll n , r/ . IJL * OU 11 HaVC IO flUITy If You Want Reserved Seats for the Play Saturday Night When Irish Eyes Are Smiling On Sale at Leo's Pharmacy ia ?nlai ail Gold Standard Flour is standing the TEST of the stiffest competition that any flour could be put to—in the Lewiston District Our Lewiston Trade that has been won only on the basis of Quality assures us that Gold Standard Flour is actually SUPERIOR STUFF Satisfy Yourself About Gold Standard Quality We make no claims for it—we allow it to make its own claims from the results it brings Our Germ, Graham, Whole Wheat Flour and Queen of the West are also in stock Nezperce Roller Mills, Limited FARMERS! List Your Repair Needs I T WOULD be hard to find a farmer who at some time or another had not lost valuable time waiting for nec essary repair parts. Take this terri tory and total up the time lost in this way and it will astonish you. All be cause repairs are not ordered as early as they should be. There is no better time than right now—just before the busiest season on the farm—to go over your machines carefully, make up a list of repairs you are likely to need and send it to us during Repair and Inspection Week, March 3d-8th. With this list in our hands, we can order our stock so as to be prepared to meet every call promptly. Repair part service is a necessary part of our business. We realize what it means to you in time and money to get what you need at once. Help us to help you by making up your list now and send ing it in to us. Nezperce Hdw. Co.