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TONIGHT Only PETROVA 99 'The Light Within —20c— -10c— Tuesday—Road Show CAL STEWART & COMPANY Seats at Sherfey's Adults $1.00 Children 50c WEDNESDAY Only BERT LYTTELL in "THE TRAIL TO YESTERDAY" Western Drama "LION'S CLAWS" —20c— —10c— Thursday and Friday THEDA BARA in The Rose of Blood » U Drama in 7 Acts —25c— —10c— Saturdy—PEGGY HYLAND in 'OTHER MEN'S DAUGHTERS" —20c— —10c— Seat Sale for "Pershing's Crusaders" Starts Thursday. Buy Your Tickets Early. Everybody is Going. LOOK! LOOK! COMING SOON HEARTS OF THE WORLD Sherman Mix, of Orofino, a well today, having spent Sunday with his known pioneer of Moscow, is in town relatives here. aye Women's « Military Coats Save From $10.00 to $15.00 Here! SIX DIFFERENT MODELS MADE FROM STANDARD PURE WOOL ARMY CLOTH—PRICED HERE AT $22.75, $24.75 AND $27.50. OTHERS ASK YOU TEN AND UP TO FIFTEEN DOLLARS MORE FOR THE IDENTICAL COATS. SAME STYLE—SAME MATERIALS AND SAME MAKER. LOOK BEFORE YOU BUY. The Fashion Shop "Where Price and Quality Meet |||| Ill I I -, ?.. $ YOUR UNCLE JOSH— CAL STEWART— KENWORTHY TUESDAY Petrova at the Kenworthy tonight only. Mrs. D. M. Scott left yesterday for Clarkston, where she will visit for a few days. Mrs. Otto Stillinger of Aberdeen, Idaho, arrived in Moscow for a three weeks' stay with her mother, Mrs. G. M. Loomis. Mrs. Stillinger is a teacher in the Aberdeen high school. The pupils were given a three weeks' vacation to help harvest the sugar beet crop. Gosh ! he's funny. Uncle Josh at the Ken worthy Tuesday. Seats for Cal Stewart at Sherfey's. 8 Harold Purdy, former U. ofm I. foot ball man, now stationed at Mitchell field, again shone brightly as star player for Mitchell field against West Point in a football game recently. Petrova in a great play—"The Light Within." E. McMartin left today for Spokane. Mrs. I. W. Morgareidge arrived in the city from Spokane to visit relatives for a few days. Petrova is here tonight only, at the Kenworthy. 8 W. J. Passey of Seaside, Ore., is in Moscow on a short furlough. Private Passey is stationed with the spruce divi sion at Seaside. Gypsy Rossini with Cal Stewart, Tues day at the Kenworthy. Prof. F. A. Thomson, dean of the school of mines, returned Sunday even ing from Portland, where he went on I business connected with the university. He says Portland had a heavv rain Fri 8 8 8 day, the first in many weeks. Cal Stewart's road show Tuesday the Kenworthy. STUTE EMDE DT GRAIN NECESSARY FEW GRAIN FIRMS HAVE THE FACILITIES FOR TESTING GRAIN PROPERLY State Grain Inspector R. J. Leth is responsible for the statement that there are very few grain firms in the state who have the necessary equipment for properly grading wheat. In most cases neither the farmer nor the dealer is assured of the correct grade. The farm er is not the only loser in this game, however. Much wheat >s purchased on too high a grade and the dealer stands the loss. Possibly such losses and gains may compensate for each other to the dealer, hut not so to the individual farmers. State grading is the only re course Mr. Leth, further stated that better service could be given if the rules for submitting wheat samples were always followed. A common difficulty is the submission of too small a sample. Three pints is the smallest sample it is possible to grade. The grade determined by the state grain inspector becomes binding on both FOOT SPECIALIST Coming to This Store An expert on the human foot will be here October 10th only to tell our customers about foot comfort and how easily it can be attained. Free Examination And Expert Advice This specialist knows all about feet and how to overcome their troubles. He was personally trained by Dr. Wm. M. Scholl the foremost authority on the human foot and its troubles. He has the knowledge and the experience to tell, almost at a glance, what causes that foot trouble that makes you suffer. He not only knows what the trouble is but also knows that Trad* Mark ♦ These Js a M Scholl Appbanat orSemafy RrEvejyRotlkxßt and he can fit the proper appliance to correct your foot discomfort. Be sure to come in and let him demonstrate that you need suffer no longer. Remember it is absolutely free. All are invited. 8 D7\ VIDS' 9* 99 Watch Ybur Feet buyer and seller only when the sample is jointly selected by them. The law demands that a sample be submitted for the official state grade upon demand of either party concerned. State wheat grading assures every farmer of the proper grade on his wheat if he so desires. Likewise it protects the dealer from unknowingly buying wheat at a higher grade than is justified. Kendrick Protests Quota. A delegation of Kendrick citizens and members of the Kendricw Liberty loan committee, held a consultation with the county committee Sunday afternoon. It was thought that Ken drick's quota of $46,000 was too large and a protest was made. After dis cussing the matter and comparing the quota of Kendrick with that of other towns in the county it was decided that the quota was fair and equitable and the delegation returned home sat isfied. They 'will redouble their ef forts to secure the quota within the specified time. A misunderstanding at Kendrick caused confusion. It was thought that the $46,000 quota was PUBLIC SALE The undersigned will offer at Public Sale on his place seven miles southwest of Moscow and about seven miles southeast of Pullman and three miles north of Johnson, on Wedflesday, October 9,1918 Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. sharp, the following property, to-wit: LIVE STOCK LIVE STOCK-(Cotinuei) One Cow, 8 or 9 years old, giv ing milk. One Hundred Head Pure Bred and High Grade Lincoln Ewes MACHINERY One 16-inch John Deere Gang Plow. One 14-inch Flying Dutchman Gang Plow. One 8-foot Clark Disc. One Large John Deere Manure Spreader. Two 3 1-4 Studebaker Wagons and Racks. One 3-inch Studebaker Wagon and Rack. One Democratic Wagon. One Mowing Machine. One Hay Rack. One 8-foot Van Brunt Double ..Disc Drill. One Challam Fanning Mill. One 1 1-2-Horse Ingeco Engine. One Maytag Power Washer with Wringer. One 8-foot Dining Table. One Rug, 12 x 12. Four Sets of Butt Chain Work Harness. One 4-section Lever Harrow. One Two-Seated Hack. One Black High Grade Perch eron Mare, 7 years old, weight 1650. One Black Mare, 7 years old, weight 1550. One Gray Percheron Mare, 6 years old, wt. 1500. One Black Horse, 9 years old, weight 1550. One Brown Horse, 4 years old, weight 1500. One Gray Percheron Mare, 9 years old, wt. 1400. One Bay Mare, 3 years old, weight 1350. One Brown Horse, 3 years old, weight 1300. One Black Horse, 3 years old, weight 1300. One Black Mare, 4 years old, weight 1275. One Span of Match, coming 3 years old, Dark Bay Percher on Horses. One Gray Horse, 4 years old, weight 1250. One Brown Horse, 4 years old, weight 1150. High Grade Jersey Cow, 4 years old, fresh latter part of October. One cow, 3 years old, giving milk. One The tenant on a half section whom I have been furnishing and divid ing 60-60 has moved to his own farm and I have to dispose of this equipment. . TERMS OF SALE—All sums under $20.00 CASH, over that amount time will be given until October 1st, 1919, on approved Bankable note* bearing 10 per cent interest. The undersigned has purchased the Lunch and turned it over to the Ladies of the Clinton Red Cross that they may realize a little from it. J. B. BROWN Owner H. C. CBANKE, Auctioneer i First Trust & Savings Bank, Clerk for two drives instead of one and the local committee divided it and fixed each man's quota at about half what it should be. This quota is for the town and does not include the rich farming country on the ridges sur rounding that prosperous town. At the Methodist Episcopal Church. Sunday was Rally Day for the Sunday school ; also installation of the newly elected officers and teachers. The Sun day school was the largest since last Easter and a spirit of enthusiasm pre vailed. The corps of workers was in place and the new Sunday school year began with a swing. The pastor preached in the interest of the Sunday school on the subject : "The Bible the Word of God," after which the whole Sunday school board consecrated themselves anew to the work of teaching the "Word of God." In the afternoon the pastor assisted in a religious service for the soldier boys who are in quarantine. The official board meets this evening at 7:30 in the round tower room.