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CAN SUPPLY YOUR WINTER NEEDS IN CLOTHING, SHOES,
AND BLANKETS.
THIS WEEK WE HAVE SPECIAL BARGAINS IN LADIES' SHOES,
MEN'S MACKINAWS AND OVERCOATS. COME SEE THEM, IT
WILL PAY YOU. WE CAN SAVE YOU THREE DOLLARS EACH
ON OUR WOOLEN BLANKETS; A LIMITED AMOUNT LEFT.
GET 'EM WHILE THE GETTING'S GOOD.
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SEE OUR LINE OF LINED AUTO GLOVES; THEY ARE THE BEST
IN THE TOWN AND GO AT LOW PRICES. A LARGE LINE OF
HANDKERCHIEFS AND NECKTIES THAT WILL MAKE FINE
XMAS GIFTS.
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THE HUB IS A SAFE PLACE TO TRADE— A STÖRE WHERE
WOOL I§ SOLD FOR WOOL—COTTON FOR COTTON AND
LEATHER FOR LEATHER.
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For a Square Deal
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Weather-Idaho-: Tonight fair and
colder in the southeast. Friday fair m
the south, rain or snow m the south.
Please pay Keu-Cros- monthly dues a
the "Liberty Shop," Saturday. 1 here
will be no monthly dues next year, but
we are anxious to get the past yeSr'
pledges paid up. Please call or send to
the "T ihertv Sbon " 63-5
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Mr. and Mrs, Tames Mondv arnveH
yesterday from Montana to visit their
people at Joel. They report the weather
two degrees below zero in Montana.
Barney Quass, the well-known so
licitor for The Spokesman-Review, js in
Moscow on one of bis periodical visits.
Mr. Quass recently returned from Seat
tic and says the prices charged there are
Jittle short of highway robber}'. Every
one seems anxious to get rich liefere the
final declaration of peace.
Curtis Richardson left for Orofino
this morning for a few days' 'visit.
, Mrs. L. Soderberg of Orofino has
' ' been in Moscow the past two days visit
ing her son. who is a student at the tint
r versity. She was accompanied by her
two younger sons.
Frank Clark, who lias been very ill, is
slowly improving.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Simonson have rc
CitÿTfejgs
ORPHEUM
THE PARAMOUNT THEATRE
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The BEST picture LITTLE MARY
has made in months the critics say.
Also HARRY LOYD ("Lonesome
Luke") in "ARE CROOKS DISHON
EST?" a "regular" show
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Friday and Saturday
turned from their trip to Spokane.
Mrs. Gentry Rushing returned last
evening from .Orangeville where she has
been visiting her daughter.
A new lot of ladies' wrist watches just
from New York , w . E ^ aI .
Iace Gjve th bes{ sele y ction in the
Northwest
Hershcl Tribble, nephew of C. L.
Williamson, came home this morning
from the naval university camp at Seat
tie. He was given an extended furlough,
which means he may not be called back
to the service for years, but he must be
ready anv day to return if a call should
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Toys, books, dolls. Brackens. 61-66
Ralston Butterfield has just returned
from a 10 days' trip to Spokane, Seattle
mid Portland.
Mrs. Herbert Beier of Coeur d'Alene
arrived this morning to visit with Mr.
, and Mrs. C. L. Butterfield.
y L. Girard was a passenger to Lew
; s ton this morning.
Silk, Serge, Jersey and Velvet
Dresses—Half Price. The Fashion
Shop.
Mrs. Lon Yockey, who is just recov
er j n g from the influenza, went to her
] lonlc ;l (- Troy this morning,
Gjfts chjna an(1 lass Bracken's.
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Mr and Mrs _ M Melchert of Linville
arc in Moscow today.
Mf and Mrs M C p r iddy left today
for Grangeville.
A line of leather slippers in traveling
cases for men and women. Traveling
conveniences of all descriptions. See
î them at W. E. Wallace's.
Miss Isabelle Richards is ill with an
attack of tonsilitis.
Mrs. L. A. Ruehle of Greer, Idaho, is
visiting her husband of the S. A. T. C.
Mrs. Joe Phillips of Ayer was in Mos
cow shopping yesterday.
A fine Silk Plush Coat, full lined
at $17.50. The Fashion Shop.
Harry Edgett left last evening for
Spokane.
Please pay Red Crpss monthly dues at
the "Liberty Shop." Saturday. J'here
will be no monthly dues next year, but
we are anxious to get the past year's
pledges paid up. _ Please call or send to
the "Liberty Shop."
Mrs. Joe Andrews left last evening
for her home after a visit with Miss
Marie Shannon.
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Mrs. S. L, Willis and Miss Belle
Willis returned to Moscow last evening.
Big assortment of Cloth Coats at
$10.00. See them. The Fashion Shop.
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Mrs. Willis Estes of Viola was shop
ping in Moscow yesterday.
Night school will open at CreekmurA
Business-College on Wednesday evening,
December 11, 1918.
M. L. Romig left yesterday for Holes,
Idaho comity, where bis brother's family
are all sick with influenza.
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S. Stamps. Best investment on earth. Ut
If taken this month will sell $5.00
stamps at $4.23.—Uncle Sam.
Complete line of Gift Goods now
on display. The Fashion Shop.
Mrs. J. A. Watson went tp Kendrick
yesterday for a visit.
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'FOR SALE.—$100,000 worth of W.
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Pure linen and finest lawn Hand
kerchiefs; big assortment at 25c. The
Fashion Shop.
Mrs. Otto Hegadorn and Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Hegadorn left yesterday for Puyal
lup. Wash., to visit until after Christinas
with their pajents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Scheyer.
H. Melgard left yesterday for Spo
kane.
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Oatmeal Blend has no rival as a break
fast food. It is manufactured in Mos
cow. Ask your grocer for it.
Mrs. R. W. Morris returned last even
ing from Spokane.
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complete line of Gift Stationery,
25c and up. The Fashion Shop.
Secure a business education while you
work by enrolling in the evening classes
at Creekmur's Business College. Hours
from 7 to 9 Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays.
Mrs. J. P. Burke of Potlatch has been
visiting her grand-daughter, Miss Vera
Whitman, for a few days.
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A large stock of Hall Mark watches
just received from New York by W.
E. Wallace. Give the best selection
in the Northwest.
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Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pochel,
a son. last night at Gritman's hospital.
All Coats—Half Price. The Fashion
Shop.
FOR SALE.—$100,000 worth of W.
S. Stamps. Best investment on earth.
If taken this month will sell $5.00
stamps at $4,23.—Uncle Sam.
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Mrs. Alford Dies at Lewiston.
Mrs. George F. Alford, mother of
A. H. and Eugene Alford, editor and
publisher, respectively, of the Lewiston
Tribune, was called by death at the fam
ily home in Lewiston last night,
was past 81 years of age and had made
lier home in Lewiston with lier sons for
number of years. She had been m ill
health for the past two months. The
funeral will he held at the cemetery
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Mr. Bridge's Reading.
Mr. Bridge will give readings on Fri
day night in the Guild hall of two humor
ous social satires; "A marriage has been
arranged"—a man tells a woman what
he thinks of him—and "The Bracelet."
the story of a woman with a strong mind
and a weak husband. A good musical
program is included. The Guild hall
»•ill Tie thoroughly fumigated and no
"flu" hug admitted I Admission 35c.
She
Harry Hickman to Spokane.
Harry Hickman, for many years op
orator at the Orpheum theater in this
city, and formerly of the Rose theater
Colfax, has accepted a position at a
popular playhouse in Spokane. It is
said he has been rated as an expert in
Spokane at this kind of work.
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Masons Elect Officers.
'Moscow Chapter No. 7 of the Royal
Arch Masons has elected the following
officers: Frank Stanton. E. T. P. : J. S.
Heekathorn, King: E, J. Ridings, Scribe;
Win. Staples, Treasurer: Jno. N. Nan
kervis, Seeretarv : T. G. Eldridge. C. of
A. H. Oversmith, P. S. : M. W.
Griffith, R. A. C. : C. C. Vincent, M. of
Veil; Homer David. M. of 2nd Veil;
Francis Tonkins. M. of 3rd Veil: R. W.
Morris, Sentinel.
Church Holds Annual .Meeting.
I The Prcsybtcrian women held their
I annual praise meeting Tuesday afternoon
in the church annex. TThe business s es
sion was called to order by the president.
Mrs. H. H. Simpson,
was presided over by Mrs, Forney. Mrs.
Soulcn gave a vocal solo and Mr-, 11. T.
Byrnes a reading. Light refreshments
were served.
The meeting was a month late on
account of the ban on public meetings.
The social hour
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NEW FORESTRY POLICY
HELPS SHEEPMEN IN IDAHO
The liberal policy adopted by the
United States Forestry Department
toward the livestock industry, which
provides for ranging in larger num
bers of both sheep and cattle in the
national forests, will go a long way
toward restoring the range sheep in
dustry to its former strength in the
northewest, and is one of the real
boons sheepmen have received. The
new policy commenced to show results
last year, but the full importance of
the plan is now apparent in the large
of sheep directly from the '
shipments
HE HAS ANSWERED HIS ROLL CALL-WILL YOU?
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INSTANT
POSTUM
is one of rks best advertisements
Much like coffee in apoearance
and aroma. Postum is absolutely
free -from the drug caffeine .
And besides this merit,its
venience, economy and practical
usefulness make it the ideal
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mountain ranges to the Chicago mar
kets.
The forestry policy has permitted
the ranging of sheep in larger num
hers and on more reasonable terms,
With stubble fields and pasture lands
available for fall and winter, the
sheepmen believe the industry prom
ises well for the future.
Weather conditions were not en
tirely favorable for the summer
mountain ranges this season, but even
this season the sheep have come from
the summer ranges in fine condition
for the markets. It is pointed out by
1 sheepmen that the season just closed
has served to demonstrate the value
of the mountain ranges for summer.
Sheepmen have had better opportun
ity to estimate the value of this sum
mer pasture under conditions of the
past summer than would have been
possible had weather ionditions pro
vided the normal range. Thus the
central Idaho mountain ranges have
demonstrated their value to the sheep
encourage sheepmen to strengthen
men even when the ranges were not
at their best, and this will naturally
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their flocks and possibly enlarge theia
scope of operation.
ENGYISH SECR.TARY OF
STATE IS TO RESIGN
LONDON.—Tli
Daily Expre
it u'ndcrstands Viscount Milner, secre
tary of state for war, is about to quit
the government.
says
Corn Prices Jump Today.
CHICAGO.—Stunning advances in the
price of corn resulted today from the
gou mnu nt report showing lb
1918 is the smallest in five years. Values
advanced as much as seven cents per
bushel over yesterday's finish.
ield for
Ads."
Pea and Bean Questionnaires Sent.
The Farm Crops Department has
sent out questionnaires to 1100 pea
growers and 500 bean growers over
the state, to secure definite informa
tion on the cultural practices used
by different farmers. This infor
mation will be studied carefully, tabu
lated, and will later be published.
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