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The daily star-mirror. (Moscow, Idaho) 1911-1939, October 15, 1918, Image 5

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15,
Stands for Uncondition
Surrender. That's the
word now. But this
TOGS CLOTHES SHOP
«
is going to and is now surrendering some of the best real genuine BARGAINS in Men's, Young Men's and Boys' Wearing Apparel that was ever put
on the market. We are doing it because we are
Get some of these bargains while "picking" is good.
If men wear it—We Have It
CLOSING OUT
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TOGS CLOTHES SHOP
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Opposite Hotel Moscow
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Miss Agnes Smith is in town shopping
today from Troy.
Mrs. Arthur Burke, whose husband
leaves today with the soldiers, left today
for her home at American Falls.
Mrs. Chas. Town was a passenger to
Kendrick today.
Don't forget the linen shower for the
Red Cross. Bring in a hand towel.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Taylor, of Ken
drick, will leave soon to look for land
in Canada.
Mrs. Josie Johnson, of Potlatch, is in
the city today to place her daughter,
Bessie, in the Ursuline convent.
Notice.—On and after October 15,
1918, all work done by me will be strictly
cash. Emer J. Davis, paperhanger. 14-25
Mrs. Cora Nelander of Everett, Wash.,
arrived to visit Miss Hilma Anderson.
w C. L. Butterfield and J. N. Nankervis,
of the Butterfield-Elder Implement com
pany, made a business trip to Spokane
today.
Mrs. G. A. Carlen and Mrs. Fred
* Shork of Genesee are in town shopping
today.
D. W. Davis, of American Falls, re
publican candidate for governor, was
registered yesterday at the Hotel Mos
cow.
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Don't forget the linen shower for the
Red Cross. Bring in a hand towel. 15
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.
306-tf
Charles E. Herreman of Kendrick was
a business visitor yesterday. Mr. Harre
man has been an aviator with the Eng
lish forces in France and has been back
from the front a year on account of in
juries received by a fall of 200 feet.
John Cone of Princeton was in the
city yesterday.
Mrs. Katherine R. Athey, of Boise,
executive ^secretary of Idaho anti-tuber
left the noon train
on
for Lewiston.
P. L. Orcutt, who has been attending
the iJbhlishers' meeting here, left today
for Orofino.
John L. Woody, of Kendrick, c;jr^i
date for sheriff, was in Moscow yester
day. 1
Miss Lillian Otteson of Juliaetta has
been visiting several days with Mrs.
R. E. Garrison. '
S. Foglesong of Asotin, Wash., is
visiting his daughter, Mrs. H. D. Martin,
and on his way to see his son Earl at
Des Doines, Iowa. Earl is a landscape
gardener and has his office in the state
capitol building at Des Moines.
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.
Phones 36, 1S0Y, 19J. 206tf
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Snow were in
trading from Clinton yesterday.
Mrs. Chas. Ford visited Sunday in
Pullman.
Mr. and Mrs. Leif Rokke of Linville
were in Moscow shopping yesterday.
Mrs. Howard Abeling of Pullman is
visiting Mrs. Frank L. Moore and Mrs.
James Canham.
Don't forget the linen shower for the
Red Cross. Bring in a hand towel. 15
Miss Margaret Munro arrived last
evening from Ogden, L T tah, to attend
the university and to stay the school
with her uncle, Alex Munro.
Ira Matzdorf is now acting sergeant
at the university.
Miss Mabel Smith, niece of J. E.
Whitson, arrived from Burley, Idaho, to
attend the university. Miss Smith is
a member of the Chi Delta Phi sorority.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pyne of Avon
shopping in the city today.
Joe Sharp left this morning for Spo
kane. The condition of his son Orville,
who has been operated on in that city,
is very much worse.
Mrs. Wm. Glidden went to Genesee
this morning to spend a week with her
sister, Mrs. Chas. Jain.
Word has been received that Eldon
Phelps, who left here ten days ago and
at the detention camp of the navy
year
are
is now
at Bremerton, is a victim of influenza.
As yet his case is not serious.
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Orval Garrison and Garey Smith left
Saturday for Seattle to enter in training
for the navy at the state university.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carter and Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Carter motored to Lewiston
Sunday to visit at the home of Thomas
Lukens.
Miss Fanny Murphy, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Murphy, was married
Saturday in Colfax to Mr. Felker, a
young farmer of the Palouse section.
' Sherman Mix is expected today from
Drofinn
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Mrs John Mix came in last evening
from California.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Day, of Wal
lace, arrived today to attend the Mix
Richardson wedding.
Mrs. Ryland, formerly Miss Martha
Kjosness, of Seattle, is here to visit her
brother, Weidel Kjosness, the county
agent
Miss Verla Draper returned last even
ing from, the Knight school in Whitman
county, where she is teaching. The
school is closed on account of the epi- )
demie.
Roy L. Black, of Coeur d'Alene, can
didate for attorney general on the re
publican ticket, is in Moscow today in
the interest of his campaign. Mr. Black
is making an active canvass of the state
and is meeting with great encourage
ment.
Mrs. J. S. Le Pard, of Potlatch, has
been in the city for a few days, called
by the illness of her father, P. L. Smith.
Mr. Smith was stricken with heart
trouble, but is now on the road t»' re
covery.
Clarence Edgett returned to Denver,
Colorado, this afternoon. Mr. Edgett is
interested in the oil business.
Don't forget the linen shower for the
Red Cross. Bring in a hand towel. 15
H. J. Brucker and V. M. Ramstedt
left on the Inland for Spokane on a
short business trip.
Harry Edgett left this morning for
Camp Funston, Kansas.
J. J. Day left this afternoon on the
Inland.
Full
Rain coats. Buy them now.
stock, all sizes and new styles.
The
Military coats. Standard army cloth,
cravenetted, $22.75 and $24.75 — same
styles, same material and even the same
makes that others ask you from $10 to
$15 more for. The Fashion Shop. 15-16
The best $25 coats and suits in town,
and you are assured of a new garment
here. The Fashion Shop. 15-16
Before the war prices on dresses and
a new style. The Fashion Shop. 15-16
Twenty-five thousand dollar stock of
sample furs on sale at one-third off—
Thursday, Oct. 17 only. 1 he Fashion
Shop. 15-16
Mrs. Clara Boemeke of 316 So. Polk
street contributed a jar of green tomato
for the soldiers' mess fund.
preserves
We are in the market for Peas
Beans
Potatoes
Apples
Pears
and
Onions
Washburn & Wilson Produce Co.
Call 36, 19J, 150Y H-tf
IMPERS TROST
PRESIDENT WILSON
REGARDLESS OF PARTY AFFILI
ATIONS WILLING TO LEAVE
IT TO PRESIDENT
There is a striking and pleasing
unanimity of opinion among the big
newspapers of the United States in
putting their trust in President Wil
son, who has so successfully guided
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I yeeie fcaewnae B ee t , S e iwc Alweye Reliable
SOLO ft DRUGGISTS EVERTWHERF
the United States through the most
severe trials the government has ever
experienced. With our European al
ij es f u ))y satisfied with his ability to
h an( ji e the situation and the leading
papers of the nation putting their
trust in him, he has the backing of
the civilized world. In commenting on
the recent peace note of Germany and
her offer to accept Wilson's terms
the .^g newspapers show their faith
n * e /resident. Some of the edi
tonals from these papers on this sub
J ec T fc are ,^ ere reproduced:
J°urnal—The
man ln tae "hite House must draft
the program of civilization in its
f uture dealings with the despoilers
that he and his colleagues of the
allied governments will permit the
Hun to retire to his bloody lair still
a belligerent is unthinkable.
Oklahoma City Oklahoman—-The
German answer to President Wilson
' s n °t a surrender. It is a move to
avoid surrender.
Tacoma Ledger—Now is the critical
HE CAME BACK
If you have any old carpets
you wish woven into beautiful
fluffy rugs notify S. A. DOB
NER. Phone Idaho Hotel No.
295.
Over 500 local satisfied cus
tomers.
Go to
J. N. FRIEDMAN
for your Harness and Supplies.
Shoes and Shoe Repairing. Par
cels Post Patronage Solicited.
JOHN W. STEVENSON, M. D.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Glasses Fitted
Office of Dr. Aspray, 303 3rd Ave,
Phone 177
FINEST LINE OF HIGH GRADE
WOOLENS. YOUR INSPECTION
SOLICITED
O. H. SCHWARZ, Tailor.
j. A. McDaniel
Moscow, Idaho
Dentist
Phone 229
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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.
time when every American citizen
owes it to his country to show by his
patience a supreme confidence in the
sincerity of purpose that will actuate
the decision of our president,
St. Louis Republic —Who knows
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Orland 8 c Lee
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS AT LAW
Practice in District. State, Federal Courts
Office: First National Bank Bldg.
MOSCOW, IDAHO
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Thompson Insurance Agency
Fire Insurance, Automobile and
Plate Glass Insurance, Fidelity and
Casualty Bonds
J. G. Vennigerholz, Prop.
Moscow, Idaho.
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The REPUBLICANS of the TEN NORTHERN COUNTIES
of Idaho having established headquarters at Moscow and elected
Arnold S. Lyons president and R. F. Kercival, of Coeur d'Alene,
secretary, send greeting to the
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Republican V oters
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of this district and invite them to cooperate With the committee
for the success of the
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Republican
State, Congressional,
Legislative and County
Tickets
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An office has been opened in Moscow and Republicans of this
district are invited to call there and consult with those in charge
as to the best methods of conducting the campaign.
The time before election is short. We must get busy. Every voter
who is desirous of saving Idaho from the fate that befell North
Dakota, should awaken to the danger that threatens us and begin
work at oace.
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Write, telephone, telegraph or call upon this committee for
assistance if it is needed in yowr county, town or precinct.
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whether the German reply is a sham
or an honest step toward peace ?
Nobody in America has the means for
knowing equal to those which the
president and his advisers enjoy. He
may be trusted to detect the fraud
and administer a sufficient rebuff
LATAH COUNTY
TITLE & TRUST COMPANY
Abstracts of Title Conveyancing
Mortgage Loans
BUSINESS HOUSES AND
POLITICIANS
wanting an up-to-date Mailing List
made from the county records, call
THE STAR-MIRROR
if there is fraud.
Birmingham Age Herald—The note
seems to be an amazing confession of
weakness. It. must be acknowledged
as a sweeping diplomatic victory for
President Wilson.
You will find you save more
and live better if you trade at
the
THIRD STREET
MARKET
CHICKENS, GEESE, DUCKS
AND HIDES WANTED
PHONE 248 I
L. M. KITLEY

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