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m SUCCESS seldom comes to any business man without the aid of a bank. A good, permanent banking connection may mean the difference between success and failure in an enterprise. Establish your credit with a good bank; it will be a factor in your success. We want to serve you. 7 The First National Bank OF MOSCOW r 36 Years of Successful Banking. J. S. Heckathorn, Cashier W. L. Payne, President * i \ & m fSS G rRFAT DARINTATchateau 0 GREAT DARING AT CHATEAU 1H.EKRY, r RANGE ■ . _ Miss Mary Montague has been noti fied from headquarters. U. S. Marine corps, commandant's office at Washing ton, D. C., that her brother, Capt. Robt. M. Montague, had been cited for bravery, j The following is the letter : "It gives me great pleasure to inform you that the muster roll of headquarters department, 6th machine gun battalion, fourth brigade marines, second division, American Expeditionary Forces for the month of August, 1918, which has just been received at this office states that your brother, Capt. Robert M. Montague, was cited in division orders dated July 12, 1918, for gallantry in action near Chateau Thierry, France, during the month of June, 1918." The following is the citation as taken from the division orders: "First Lieut, Robert M. Montague, 6th Mach. Gun GENESEE SOLDIER G TED FOR BRAVERY Spanish Influenza which is such a prevalent scourge these days, apparently is the grip in the aggravated form which it assumes now and then. The symptoms of Spanish influenza lend weight to this assumption. Doubtless then, they indicate fundamental treat ment along the lines followed with ordinary grip. It is reasonable, therefore, to assume that NYAL'S LAXÀCOLD may be used as the best,aid .in preventing Spanish influenza because-.of its effectiveness in the early stages of the grip and other congested conditions of infectious* origin. There is wisdom in having a box of Laxacold ready for prompt use at the first sign of grippiness. Laxacold is a worthy and dependable preparation.—25c Corner Drug Store Where Quality Counts BOLLES A LINDQUIST, Props. 50 Coats Fur Trimmed AND PLAIN MODEL Saturday Special $16.75 ■ / ALL NEW FALL MODELS — NONE WORTH LESS THAN $25.00 AND UP TO. $32.50 r VELVETS, VELOURS, KERSEYS AND ARMY CLOTHS —ALL SIZES AND COLORS. SPECIAL, SATURDAY $16.75 j « GETjA BIG FAT TURKEY FREE. SALE ENDS WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 27. GET A BIG FAT TURKEY FREE. SALE ENDS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27. The Fashion Shop f. V Where Price and Quality Meet" << Battalion, faithfully performed his duty in a courageous manner under heavy fire during the action incident to the capture I of the Bois De Belleau and rendered valuable service in tçsting for gas at.the greatest personal danger. This in June, . 1918." ...... j. Capt. Montague is a Genesee boy and : finished his education at the University " 1: ' ho and evt ' ry one I" , th 1 commu , nity ; s pleased and. proud of the record j )0 | ias nla( j e —Genesee News. j --® — SOLDIERS TO HAVE j 1 j the money down from Fort Wright, Spo kane. : $30. About half of that will be paid into the various funds, according to Lieut. Lyle Meehan, adjutant. These funds are for the Liberty bonds, insurance and war work drive. The men signed up at the first of the month. About $24,000 will be disbursed. A PAY DAY THIS WEEK Word that pay for the University of Idaho S. A. T. C. would come today was received last night by Capt. L. B. Felker, Capt. Coffey will bring i commandant. All of the 800 S. A. T. C. men who have served a full month will receive ARMED MOB HOLDS UP DISTRICT JUDGE REFUSED TO PERMIT JUDGE ENTER COUNTY TO HOLD TERM OF COURT BOISE, Idaho, Nov. 14.—Judge J. Cowen of the Custer county district court today telegraphed to the governor an appeal for state troops to help him force his way into Custer county, which is closed by a quarantine regulation de signed to debar Spanish influenza. Citizens of the Challis section of county have barricaded all highways and are on guard with' Shotguns and rifles. The attorney general has held that the quarantine is legal, and that court dates are not of sufficient importance to justi fy calling state troops to aid the judges and court attaches to enter the county. The court is seeking to serve removal papers of the sheriff for failure to til force what he claims are the civil laws. Judge Cowen asserts thé citizens are, thwarting law enforcement and blood shed was feared. ■ ' TO FEED RELEASED j RED CROSS FUNDS BEING USED TO FEED RETURNING ITAL IANS AND AMERICANS TRIËST, Wednesday, Nov. 13.—(By Associated Press.)— Thç American Red Cross, working with the Italian author ities, has succeeded in gathering here sufficient food for 40.0Q0 of the Italian prisoners now pouring in here on their way home from Austria. Among the .re leased prisoners are American, British and French soldiers. Improvement in the situation in the interior of Austria is reported. It is re ported that allied prisoners everywhere are permitted to walk in the streets in their own uniforms. When they enter a public place, the people invariably rise and salute them. At the moment of departure from the internment camp some of the Americans hoisted the Stars and Stripes, and the people cheered for President Wilson. The prisoners explained this changed attitude as reaction against Germany, all the Austrians considering that the Ger mans were the cause of their disaster. Carry Food in Airships. NEW YORK, Nov. 14.—The popula tions of the cities liberated by the Italians are being supplied with food transported in aircraft assigned by the Italian su preme command, according to a cable message received here today from Rome by the Italian bureau of information. CLINTON PRECINCT PEOPLE ARE VERY BUSY Miss Edith Benedict who has been attending Cheney normal, has come home to visit her parents during close of school. Mrs. Lily of St. Maries is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Haynes. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Prownier autoed to Clarkston Tuesday to visit the lat ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Purnell. Mr. and Mrs. W. ' H. Wolf and Mable Adams visited Wednesday at the U. Benedict home. Cloyde Clark, who has had pneu monia is recovering slowly. Harry Haynes last week moved Mr. and Mrs. Robinson's household goods to Clarkston. Mr. Robinson has been employed by Harry John son for the last year. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weber of Moscow will take their place. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Leonard and sons, R. K. and 0. A., were Sunday guests at the D. L. Procunier home. Miss Ruth Haynes who is assisting in dietary kitchen at Northwest sani tarium at Pullman, visited at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Haynes. Mrs. Olyn Hodge, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. McMurray and sons were also visitors at Haynes' home. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Leonard and were Sunday visitors at the t Be Prompt Tomorrow morning begins the SALE of COATS and SUITS which will fur nish every one that needs such a gar ment. The spectacular mid - season prices will quickly prove to the discern ing ones that they will find exactly what we claim —THE UTMOST IN VALUE. Be among the first to see these bargains. »t rTT o • V o jC ■Ol £ 1>. i'f ÀJ. i 300 BRAND NEW COATS, IN CLUDING ALL VERY RECENT ARRIVALS, ARE GROUPED FOR RAPID AND EASY SELLING. THE FORMER PRICES MAKE NO DIF FERENCE. THESE COATS ARE PRICED TO SELL. \\ y :. 609 7Û8 f.v 4 U (r V STYLISH, HIGH-GRADE GAR- ! MENTS MADE OF A VARIETY OF GOOD MATERIALS IN ALL THE WANTED SHADES .■v: V 3 5 ■d o $8.75 $16.75 -O n ALL WOOL BLUE SERGE SUITS FOR WOMEN; 36 to 44; plain tailored and fancy styles \ sizes, ' I $24.75 1 7 n 4&Î i l All DRESSES, PETTICOATS, SKIRTS, SILK WAISTS and CHIL- H DREN'S COATS included in this Sale. 60S i eor it Always High Grade; Always Dependable. Always Satsifactory, Prices Always. Low. DA V/DS' LIE c aitiffefn an Leslie Stratton home. Mrs. Archie Haynes who has been nursing for past two weeks at Grit man's hospital returned home last Sunday. Mrs. F. Markowski was called to Odessa to the bedside of her mother who is ill. J. R. Brown is remodeling his plumbing system. A buyer of City Meat Market of Spokane was through this vicinity Wednesday and bought most every one's chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys, as his prices were far above Moscow and Pullman prices. WASHINGTON. — Candidates for commissions in the officers training camps, the war department announced today, may be discharged from the army immediately if they desire. Or they may complete their course, be commissioned upon graduation in the officers reserve corps and be placed CANDIDATES IN O. T. C. MAY RETURN TO HOMES ! PREPARE TO REOPEN * Capt. Luther B. Felker, university commandant, issued orders today that since the danger from influenza is de be e put n fnto r effccr litary diSC ' pline wonW All men will be required to report to formations unless they have a written permit from the surgeon general. Any indisposition is to be reported to medical authorities at once. THE UNIVERSITY . The influenza situation continues to improve. Capt. Felker expects to lift the quarantine Saturday. This will apply only to the university. Moscow's quar antine will not be lifted until ordered by'ney, the state board of health. _ --|I. "The number of people which has got religious prejudices against a Protestant soldier boy getting warm ed up in a building run by Catholics and seeing a good show put on by Hebrews or vice versa, must be about one-thousandth of 1 per cent Améri Latah County Records. Nov. 13.—Rel.—John E. Sullivan to j-Peter Severson, R-m 2-6-18. L p ^' D '-Mary Atchison to Anna E. R A- ^ Kendrick, "--Wilham Andrew Baker to SEI -4 14® N1-2NE1 3 W S 2 r Hotel Moscow Arrivals. Thursday, November 14, 1918. R. E. Bowerman, Lewiston; Mrs. A. Matlock, Seattle; Amos A. Dovle, Spokane; R. W. Bignell, Spokane' j'B Stevenson, San Francisco ; C. C. Eader' San Francisco ; C. W Knight, Spokane • E. Goodspeed, Chicago; P. R Whit St. Paul; P. A. Franco Helena jMont; V. J. Franco, Helena, Mont; F. Hardin, Spokane; W. J. Jordan, Lewiston ; Edgar N. Coffey, U. S. A. ; H. Taylor, Sandpoint; R. M. Dean, Spokane; R. W. Nelson, Moscow; Gu$ Staadecker, Seattle; los. M. Levy, Port land; E. C. Bush, Spokane; C. W. Inghram, Spokane ; Jos. McGillevary' Spokane; J. Hill, Spokane; J. W. Blood'