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IN SAVING YOUR MONEY AND KEEPING YOURSELF
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Weather—Tonight and Wednesday,
fair. Light frosts tonight. t
Harry Edgett arrived in the city last
evening from Camp Funston, Kansas.
Mrs. Fred Schumacker leaves today
for Republic, Wash., after visiting with
Julius Schumacker of Troy.
Mrs. F. J. Bezold and Miss Emma
Schumacker of Troy are visitors in Mos
Mrs. R. K. Bonnett leaves the hospi
tal today for her home in the city.
Mrs. T. J. La Follette of Pullman
returned to her home today after spend
ing ten days at Gritman's hospital.
Miss Selma Jorgenson left yesterday
for Silverton, Ore., where her parents
are moving to make their home.
Born yesterday to Mrs. Henry Bottjer
of Genesee, a son, at Gritman's hospital.
We have for sale fancy Alaska, Blue
Prussian and white Canada peas. Get
your seed stock now. Have your own
seed cleaned, graded and fumigated.
Washburn & Wilson Product Co., the
old Grice warehouse, near Inland depot.
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t the R, W. Nelson farm sale Mrs.
; Brood donated fo the Red Cross
society six very nice hens, and after be
ing sold several times they finally landed
in the hands of J. W. Haptonställ. From
the reliable recommendation given of
the egg-laying propensity of the said
hens, Mr. Haptonstal! says that he is
expecting four dozen eggs each week
during this winter from those hens.
Prof. Howard T. Lewis arrived from
Portland last evening.
Don't forget the linen shower for the
Red Cross. 9
The Eastern Star will take part in
the services of the funeral of Mrs. Edgett
at the cemetery. All members will please
meet at the Masonic Temple at 10 o'clock
Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Clarence Town and Mrs. Shcr
Town, who live north of Moscow,
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are in the city today.
Mrs. Nelle Disney and Mrs. Mays
and daughter-m-law of Garfield are in
Moscow today.
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Baumgartner are
visitors in the city from Genesee.
Mrs. E. A. Malsed of Palouse is in
the city shopping.
Mrs. A. L. Town and son Clafence
have gone to Ellensburg for a few days.
Another son, Harry, is moving from
Ellensburg, Wash., back to Potlatch.
Eli Hopkins is a visitor in the city for
a few days from his home at Kent,
Wash. Mr. Hopkins is somewhat crip
pled up with rheumatism. He was a
drayman in Moscow for many years.
Mrs. Geo. Nye and Mrs. Arthur A.
Palmer of Garfield are shopping in
Moscow today.
Don't forget the linen shower for the
Red Cross. 9
The friends of Mr. Ed. W. St. John
will be pleased to know that he has been
stationed at Camp Fremont, Cal., 25
miles south of San Francisco. He was
at Camp Lewis. A letter received by
his brother, Earl St. John, states that
he is having the "time of his life" in
balmy California, which is going to be
a grand and glorious experience to him.
He will enter the camouflage corps soon.
Gaining rifle practice now. His address
is Prov. Co. F, Casual Camp, 8th Div.,
Camp Freemont, Cal.
Mrs. D. M. Scott left for Lewiston,
Idaho, Sunday evening, where she will
be employed in the cannery. The factory
just opened à short time ago and Mrs.
Scott expects to be gone for some time.
Walter Ebel, who is spending his fur
lough at his home near Moscow, is in
town today visiting friends.
Mrs. Alfred J. Lyons has received
word that her husband is ill with
Spanish influenza in a hospital at
Mitchell Field, New York. Lieuten
ant Lyons' condition is not serious,
but he will be in the hospital for a
week.
Don't forget the linen shower for the
Red Cross.
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We are in the market for potatoes.
All growers please list with us appro
ximate number of sacks and kind you
will have for sale. Washburn & Wilson.
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William Goodyear, publisher of the
Pullman Herald, was in town a few
hours Monday on business. Mr. Good
pear is a pioneer newspaperman of Whit
man county, having published news
papers at Palouse, Colfax and Pullman
for the past 26 years.
St. Mark's guild will meet at the Guild
hall Wednesday afternoon, October 9, at
3 o'clock.
Casper Tylden of Little Potlatch
creek is in viewing the sights of the
city today.
The J. R. Brown farm sale will be
held tomorrow, the 9th, and Harry
Skattaboe's
crowds are attending these sales.
Mrs. Ole Miller and Mrs. Wm.
Keeney of Howell, are in the city
shopping.
After visiting a week with friends
in the city, Mrs. Herbert Samms
left today for her home in Northport,
Wash. She was accompanied to Spo
kane by Mr. and Mrs. Homer David,
who will be absent a few days.
Max Griffith will leave in about
two weeks for Austin Texas to enter
the officers' training corps of the in
fantry service.
Mrs. Mary G. Dow returned last
evening from a business trip to Spo
kane.
Phones 36, 150Y, 19J.
the 10 th. Large
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Mr. and Mrs. Cowgill and daughter
Miss Bathaline of Spokane spent the
week end as guests of Mr. and Mrs. M.
E. Lewis. Miss Bathaline is a former
student of the university and a mem- I
her of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority,
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Travis of
Princeton visited Saturday with A. B.
Mclntire and family. Mr. Travis is
captain of the Liberty loan work in
the Potlatch section.
Mr. and Mrs. James Bingham and
children of Princeton visited Sunday
at the homes of J. R. Strong and
A. B. Mclntire.
Maurice Hanzen of Spokane arrived
yesterday to visit his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Mons Hanzen of Lincoln
street.
Mrs. Chas. Rosnagle left yesterday
for Elk River to visit her daughter,
Mrs. Otto Giles.
C. N. Jester has gone to Burbank,
Wash., on business.
Dr. and Mrs. I. L. Magee of Cali
fornia are visiting their daughter,
Mrs. Geo. Horton. Dr. Magee will
return immediately but Mrs. Magee
will remain for a month or more.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Priddy have
just returned from a two we^ks busi
ness trip to Spokane and the Big
Bend country. Mr. Priddy is the well
known representative of the Idaho
National Harvester company.
Mrs. I. L. Osterhont and son, Don
ald, are visiting her mother, Mrs. J.
H. D. Martin returned last evening
from Boise where he has been for sev
eral days in conference with the food
conservation directors from all the
counties of the state.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Kinnier of the
Linville section were in town yester
day.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hordemann of
Thorn creek were in town Monday.
Miss Ida Iverson and Mrs. Alfred
Narum of Blaine are shopping in town.
H. D. Martin, county food adminis
trator, returned last night from Boise
where he attended a conference of the
food administrators of Idaho. Much
work was accomplished at the conference
and plans laid for more uniform work in
the saving of food in this state.
The Foreign Missionary society of the
M. E. church will meet tomorrow after
noon with Mrs. Geo. Stewart. Mrs.
McCaughey will be the leader.
Sincere Gratitude.
Mrs. William Bell, I^ogansport, Ind.,
writes: "I deem it my duty to express
my gratitude for the good Chamber
lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy did
when I had a severe attack of
diarrhoea three years ago. It was
the only medicine that relieved me."
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Y. M. C. A. TO ESTABLISH
HUT AT UNIVERSITY
Professor H. T. Lewis, of the depart
ment of economics, and Sergeant G. C.
Carpenter returned last night from Port
land where they attended a meeting of
the S. A. T. C. units of the northwest
for a war work council. The Y. M. C.
A. workers in the S. A. T. C. units at
tended the conference and the Moscow
delegates secured a promise that a Y. M.
C. A. hut will he established here .with
two secretaries if they can be procured.
The scarcity of suitable men for secre
taries is the only thing that stands in
the way of securing the hut and cquip
ment for Moscow, but it is believed that
the difficulty will be overcome and a hut
with at least one secretary will be estab
lished here.
ANOTHER T. N. T. PLANT
FIRE CAUSES TERROR
ROCK ISLAND, Ill.—Fire of un
known origin broke out at the Walsh
Construction company camp at the
Rock Island arsenal at 9 o'clock this
morping. The camp is situated near
the big T. N. T. plant at the arsenal.
The city firemen are out on strike.
In addition to the fire department
at the arsenal, outside help was
called for from the fire departments
of Davenport, Rock Island and Mo
line.
partment on strike, the city was able
to respond with less than half a dozen
men who had not gone out, and a few
Volunteers.
At 10:45 the fire has been brought
under control.
With the Rock Island fire de
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Bronchial Trouble.
Mrs. A. E. Sidenberder, Rockfield,
Ind., states: "Fcr an attack of bronch
ial trouble, which usually assails me
in the spring- I find Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy the only thing that
gives me relief. After using it for
a few days all signs of bronchial
trouble disappears."
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BOY KILLS BEAR ON
MOSCOW MOUNTAIN
The 16-year-old son of T. Nutterville,
living pt the foot of Moscow mountain,
killed a young black bear, weighing 300
pounds, on the mountainside Sunday.
The bear was found in an old deserted
orchard, enjoying the fruit. He was
shot and killed with a rifle. The bear
is said to have been in prime condition
and the neighbors enjoyed a feast of bear
meat.
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RED CROSS WANTS
GRADUATE NURSES
Owing to the present influenza epi
demic the Red Cross department of
nursing desires to get 'in touch with
every graduate nurse, every woman
who has had any training, every
practical nurse, and every woman
who has taken the training to be a
nurse's aid. The Red Cross offers
%o graduates $75.00 and expenses, and
to undergraduates and aids from $30
to $60 with expenses, according fo
qualifications. Forward names and
amount of training to Red Cross
headquarters, Moscow or call Mrs.
E. T. Baker, Phone 243.
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HOTEL MOSCOW ARRIVALS
Monday, October 7, 1918.
James Penfield, Spokane; E. A. Ander
son, Cincirmatti ; Mrs. M. Perkins and
son, Kendrick : E. E. Cleaver, Pendleton ;
Abe Kreidel, San Francisco; C. F. Carl
son, St. Paul ; F. J. Curtis, Spokane ; S.
G. Evans, Spokane ; M rs. Oldenberg,
Seattle ; F. P. Davidson, Spokane ; W. B.
Starky, Spokane; F. 1. Rockwell, St.
Maries ; C. B. Swim,- Missoula ; C. R.
Reynolds, St. Maries; J. A. Hoover,
Spokane ; J. W. Dawkins, Spokane ; R.
H. Rector, Spokane ; H. R. Fisher, Spo
kane ; Geo. Barthell, Lewiston ; Gale
Gilbert, Lewiston; Albert Huff, Nez
Perce ; Fred Lantz, Spokane.
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HOTEL MOSCOW ARRIVALS
Oct. 5.—L. M. Thornton, Spokane;
F. E. Featherstone, Bovill; Jos. Mor
ton, Rochester; A. E. Fischer, New
York; F. Lockheart, Spokane; E. W.
Thute, Holland, Mich.; K. H. Kitts,
Portland; Lieut, and Mrs. Clarence
Baird, Salt Lake; H. F. Ripley and
wife, Orofino; Miss Della Loseth,
Orofino; C. W. Stults, New York;
John L. Woody, Kendrick; C. C.
Gager, Spokane; R. B. Swadner, Mos
cow; M. D. Owens, Portland; Bernard
Myklebust, Troy; L. Johnson, Troy:
Miss Long, Lewiston; Miss Riggin,
Lewiston; Nels K. Löhner, Kalispell;
Potlatch; Alvin
Egar, Potlatch; Edward O. Peters,
Homedale; Clifford Wright, Home
dale; Geo. R. Fowler, Melba; J. V.
Nash and wife, Cottonwood; Maude
Barnes, Lewiston; Leslie Bass, Lew
iston; Dena Lemer, Colbert, Wn.
Oct. 6.—Mrs. L. J. McLin, Kamiah;
D. J. Roebe, Spokane; Harry E.
Draprey, Boise; C. B. Swinn, Mis-
soula; J. A. Harsh and wife, Deary;
S." Wolfson, Butte; Robert Wakelin,
Wallace; A. S. Anderson, Moscow; L.
Peterson, Moscow; Victor Johnson,
Payette.
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Saturday, October 5, 1918.
C. M.— R. F. Gibson to Moscow State
Bank, $800; 10 horses; one-half interest
in three colts and machinery.
C. M.—Same to same, $800; crop NE
1-4 N 1-2 SE 1-4 E 1-2 SW 1-4 lots 2,
3 and 4, Secs. 13-40-6 W.
R. M.—H. A. Walker to Kendrick
State Bank, $120; vulcanizing outfit.
C. M.—Albert Halvorson to Matt
Horrigan, $300; one Chevrolet auto.
W. D.—A. T. Sandquist to Esther C.
Pearson, L. & A. : S 1-2 NW 1-4 NE
1-4 NW 1-4 14-39-3 W., except one acre.
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LATAH COUNT YRECORDS
Oct. 7.—Rel.—Potlatch State Bank
to David M. Fraser, R-m 6-23-13.
Rel.—Potlatch State Bank to Isaac
Hibbard, R-m, 11-15-12.
Rel.—J. C. Gilmore to W. F. Byers
dorf, R-m 4-11-11.
Rel.—Forrest J. Vowell to C. D.
Morris, R-m 1-19-18.
C. M.— F. J. Mead to Chas. Haw
kins, $275; 1 Ford.
W. D.—Stanley M. Starner to
Harry Boone, $1000; NE1-4 SE1-4
NE1-4, less 20 ft. along N. line 31
42-4.
Rel.—Potlatch State Bank to Wm.
J. Fisher, R-m 4-5-18.
Rel.—Potlatch State Bank to Ben
O. Madison, R-m 3-7-18.
Rel.—J. H. Harreld to Ben O. Mad
ison R-m 3-7-18.
C. M>—Ben O. Madison to Potlatch
State Bank, $4900; 10 horses, 10 cows,
'farm implements, 15 tons baled alfalfa
hay, 20 tons oats, crop.
WORSE
THAN GAS
Kidney disease is no respecter of
persons. It attacks young and old
alike. In most cases, the victim is
warned of the approaching danger.
Nature fights back. Headache, indi
gestion, insomnia, lame back, lumba
go, sciatica, rheumatism, pain in the
loins and lower abdomen, difficulty
in urinating, all are indications of
trouble with the kidneys.
When such symptoms appear you
will almost certainly find quick relief
in GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Cap
sules.
This famous old remedy has stood
the test for two hundred years in
helping mankind to fight off disease.
It is imported direct from the home
laboratories in Holland, and may be
had at almost every drug store. Your
money promptly refunded if it dees
not relieve you. Be sure to get the
genuine GOLD MEDAL Brand. In
sealed packages, three sizes.
Whiskey Tax is Reduced.
WASHINGTON.—The
senate fi
nance committee reduced the tax of
$8 per gallon on distilled spirits used
for beverage purposes as provided in
the house war measure bill
But the rates on beer and wine
doubled by the house, were approved.
to $6.40.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
W THE DIAMOND BRAND. A
Tändle«! Auk your Druparf _
Chl-ch©*-tor » Diamond Brand
1*111« iu Red ànd Gold metallic
, sealed with Blue Ribbon.
Take no other. Buy of 'onr ^
Brugrliit. Ask for CIII-G IÏE8-TER S
DIAMOND IIKANU PILLS, for £5
years known as Best, Safest, Always Reliable
-SOLD By druggists everywhere
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Be Loyal
to the men who are giving their
lives to their country and yours.
This struggle is your struggle and
our struggle as much as their
struggle. Show them that you are
with them—
BUY A LIBERTY BOND TODAY
FIRST TRUST
& SAVINGS BANK
Always at Your Service.
We have for sale FANCY ALASKA, BLUE
PRUSSIAN, and WHITE CANADA PEAS. Get
yonr seed stock now. Have your own seed cleaned,
graded and fumigated.
Phones: 36, 150Y, 19J
Washburn & Wilson Produce Co.
The Old Grice Warehouse
Near Inland Depot
Too Hot to Bake?
Then Buy Victory Bread
Made in Moscow
Fresh Daily, Br^ad, Cookies, Cakes, Doughnuts.
Complete line of Baker's Goods at popular
prices.
You can buy it cheaper than you can bake it.
EMPIRE BAKERY
Phone 25«
Phone 260
Make Next Washday Easy
Yes—Get .he biggest washing out and on the line before 10 o'clock.
No laund.ess required. Push a button and the THOR will do the
work. Nc wages to pay anyone. No meals to serve. What a dif
ference between this and the old wasteful way of wearing out the
clothes on i washboard and rubbing and wringing most of the day!
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does a good b.zed washing in an horn. Costs only 2c an hour for electricity.
Positively the most economical way to wush. The THOR actually pays for
itself as it goes along. It saves more than it costs. Over 130,000 women have
already proved lhat in their homes. Come and we will prove it also. We will
show you how to get better washing done feg less than it costs you now.
$5.00 BRINGS THE THOR TO YOUR HOME
Then $5.00 a month until paid for^and it is yours. Sold on our
guarantee that it will do all we claim or your money back.
Come this week- come before next washday. Let us show you how it
saves money and drudgery and gives a woman a day of leisure.
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Sanitary
Plumbing
Deficient plumbing Is never
sanitary, and is dear at any
price.
Your health or even your life
may depend on the care
given to the laying of a drain
pipe.
Guard Your
Health
We GUARANTEE every piece
of plumbing we do to be
PERFECT befor« we quit the
Job.
Play safe—let us do
plumbing RIGHT.
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Witter
Fisher
Company
Phone 320

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