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SATURDAY y SPECIAL EXTRAORDINARY Saturday we offer you the best Saturday Special we have offered this season. We place on sale for the day only 2500 yd. Standard 36 inches wide at, per yard c This is a full standard cloth and comes in light, medium and dark colors, and a splendid value. Buy what you will need for some time to come as this quality of percale will probably not be offered again at this price* during the season. .. -oÊïrzv'ï N C? x* /5 ft We're Both Losers if You Don't Trade Here LOCAL NEWS. Gasoline at Heston & Milter s. Keds for men and boys aÄSarlson s. Heston Free water for your battery. & Miller. H. W. Sunderlin made a business trip to Ferdinand to-day. Harry Knutson was a passenger for Lewiston this morning. A bigj ope*— "Revelation"—at the Temple next Tuesday night. N. J. Drake was an arrival in the city last night from Lewiston. We can fill your wants the Gem State Barber Shop. line of Ked shoes at Carlsons; full assortment for men and boys. Earl Garvin returned Friday from a visit with his family in Montana. Mrs. A. Kaline motored over from Winchester yesterday for a brief visit. departed this morning for. a visit with friends Lewiston. All labor turned out of our shop is right. We guarantee it to be ton & Miller. The Ked shoe is just right for sum All sizes for men and boys at once at New Miss Maude Covey in so. Hes mer wear, at Carlson's. Some .small 'secondhand threshing machinery for sale at a bargain. Hes ton & Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stellmon went to Lewiston today to visit with rela tives for a few days. Miss Louise Davis, of Mohler, spent the first of the week with her mother Mrs. Dixie Davis, in this city. Mrs. Clara KoepI and son, John, and Alois and Leo Kachelnder went to Spo , kane Monday by auto for a week's visit. The Rochdale Company shipped a car of hogs to Spokane Tuesday, the local price paid for these porkers being 19 cents. A. D. Eichenberger went to Lewis ton this morning, having been called home on account of the illness of ris father. Mrs. Marie Trontow returned to her home in Clarkston this morning, aft r a visit with prairie relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Reinhardt left to day for an auto trip to various points in the Palouse country, to be gone about two weeks. Mrs. Alva White, deputy county auditor, and her two sons leave today for a two weeks' vacation in Grange ville and Spokane. We are agents fbr the well known J. I. Case line of machinery. When in need of farm or road implements, call on us. Heston & Miller. A wire received yesterday from Ser geant John O'Connor by his homefolks here announced his safe arrival in New York from overseas. Mrs. Harry Agrell accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Heifer, on a motor trip the first of the week to their home in Walla Walla. •The ladies interested in the War Mothers Association are requested to meet Mrs. C. W. Yates in the Red Cross rooms at the Temple Hall after the Decoration Day ceremonies, to fur ther perfect the Lewis county organi zation. The state eighth grade examinations are being held in Lewis county' on Tues day, Wednesday and Thursday of this week, and some 30 pupils are in the class being examined here by County Superintendent Miss Wilson. té SOME BY-PRODUCTS OF ARMAGEDDON" Great Reeonetructlon Lecture at Chau* tauqua. Dr. Robert Sutcliffe, writer, educa tor, lecturer, will bring to Chautauqua one of the most scholarly and yet of the most Interesting lectures of the His subject, "Some By-Prod ucts of Armageddon, one week. suggests the O 0i : %. > theme. It la « lecture dealing with the good that has come out of the war and the outlook for the days ahead. A more timely or more helpful subject at this time In our country's history we cannot Imagine. Dr. Sutcliffe Is a man beloved by men and by audiences. He Is a deep and profound thinker and a clear. He is not a flag-wav ing orator," but he drives home graM truth« and they stay with you. lucid reasoner. A new line of dress shirts at Carl son 's. for Medved was a passenger Lewiston yesterday morning. Be sure to see "Revelation" at the Temple next Tuesday night. Carlson's lines are always the latest. See those new dress shirts he is show ing. Hugo is the title of the big "Revelation' picture to appear at the Temple next Tuesday night. the Gem ,T. D. MeCown, whiskers for Save your State Barber Shop. proprietor. Perry H. Sanger on Saturday bought • Buick touring car from Fike and Buckley, the local salesmen of these well known cars. Watch your storage battery, ones are expensive your old one. aid Service Station. J. E. Lawson, of Pendleton, is hold ing down a chair at the Gem State Barber shop in this city, making three men on the job there now. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Reinhardt and children came up from Clarkston Fri day to resume their permanent resi dence at their ranch home east of a new New and we can save Heston & Miller, Will The many prairie friends of glad town. this highly esteemed family are to welcome them back. John Nedrow went to Lewiston Tues day to be at the bedside of his son, Harvey, who underwent an operation at the St. Joseph Hospital Saturday to correct muscular defects in his right arm, caused by a shell wound received in the Argonne during the advance of the 91st Division. Deilmar and Glenn Sullivan, Chas. Ramey and Geo. Ratliff went to Lew iston Tuesday and yesterday evening brought in a car load of Studebakor cars for Wm. Sullivan, the local agent •for this line of autos. In the lot is a big six machine which has established a wonderful reputation in the seven passenger field. S. Sarkariason on Saturday sold his 80-acre farm, 4 % miles north of Nez perce, to Frank Folger, of Leonard, Mo., for $10,000—($125 per acre. This includes one-third of the crop for the purchaser. The deal was put through by B. J. Fike. in town until later in the season and his family will join him here in about a week. Here's a fair illustration of how Nezperce prairie land is going in price; Two weeks ago P. M. Harding bought Crumpacker homestead quarter east of town for $15,750 and on last Thursday he sold the place to Daniel Hoover, whose farm adjoins it, for $17,500. than it has been selling at and folks are beginning to find it out. Watch the price soar after the next harvest. Mr. Folger will remain the W. E. This land is worth more The Nezperce Laundry is running full time with a force of six people on the job. A new' steam boiler is being installed, which will greatly facilitate the output. Other machines will be added just as rapidly as conditions permit, and the first thing you know this burg will be enjoying the service of a steam laundry plant any ity would bo proud of. guson coramun Manager Fer is a live number, and readily shows appreciation of the support his institution is receiving. How Threads Make Better Batteries most B ." b 5 c r Emulation is one of the r ™ marked improvements which the end lighting tottery! m,<,e " thc ""'»'"»Me starting owner h rre re Sl y ; V . h s y fÖ'uo"ws a " " ^ *> ym " » between 1 ?!," pEll'"""' 3 ' "" raMt "»I'»«»"» insulation i Because the plates Willard IS are the very source of the electrical energy. Because the life of the plates and fieiency depends largely Because it. i g sealed he repaired their continued ef on the insulation. en owed " 18lde . the ,)attei "y and cannot q mi i ^ nCM e( l without tearing the batterv anart two great reasons. ' ' U 161 18 bet * er insulation for all battery e'lodneers^ 11 ' 10 ' What h&S lonff been a dream of immm .. ittoy which eaiî I e .ï Cr ?ï and " "» «"•? ante stored by ,he dealer in k BON'E DOT cSS.'"*" 7 a "' 1 or r A. B. .* r « \ HEST0N&MILLER Willard Agency and Service Station Particular People Appreciate Day Dream Toilet Requisites Sold by Leo's Pharmacy No more long waiting at the Gem State Barber Shop. J. D. MeCown. The Japanese tea to have been given by' the ladies of the Christian church has been indefinately postponed. Kelly-Springfield and Goodyear tires are a hard pair to beat. We can show y'ou some remarkable records made by them. Heston & Miller. Joe Eller, of the Greencreek section, was in Nezperce last Saturday and took home a big wagon load of hardware and other merchandise over the new Stevenson Crossing grade. Elder B. J. Fike of the Brethren church will leave Sunday for Winona Lake, Ind., to attend the world con ference of that church as a delegate. He expects to be gone about three weeks, and will be accompanied home by his son and daughter, Clyde and Gladys, who arc attending school at Waterloo, Iowa. P, M. Harding and family left yes terday for an extended auto trip tc coast and California points. Their post office address for the next 30 days will be 2420 Chemingway, Berkerly, Calif. Mark took an ample supply of fishing tackle along, which indicates that the party plans on doing some thing else besides endeavoring to as certain if there is a better country in the big west than the Nezperce prairie.