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M ou. 3 Mj w WP Christmas Presents m / \U You have a full week to do your Xmas shopping. Do not worry about your Xmas presents, we can help you. Look our line over and you will feel satisfied that you can give each of your family a useful present. For your wife we have a good assorted line in Electric Heat ers, Perculators, Chaffing Dishes, Grills and Electric Lamps, also the Community Silverware, very good presents for your wife. For your husband we have a good assortment of Safety Razors, Gold Plated Pocket Knives with lodge emblems on them, Foot Warmers, if he does any driving to keep his head cool and feet warm, and many good useful things for presents. It will be to your interest to see our line. / J % l\ / J The Empire Hardware ë / fW H. KALINOWSKI »V Ws Weather: Idaho — Tonight Thursday, unsettled; occasionally threatening. . Sam. Hall of the postoffice force, confined to his home with an attack of influenza. Mrs. Hall and tw r o of children also have the disease. J. A. Sudderth, deputy postmaster, who has been sick with the influenza, is better and spends part of each day his desk in the postoffice, but is finite weak. Mrs. Sudderth has about recovered. . Harry Thatcher, who had the influ-1 er.za and recovered sufficiently to out on the street, is again confined his home with the disease. Mrs. R. B. Knepper, county school superintendent, visited a rural school near Potlatch yesterday. She had drive from Moscow to Palouse to catch the train for Potlatch. Miss Mary Jensen returned yester day from St. Join., Wash., \\ he. .. has been teaching when s hools, were m session. Miss Jensen is just covering from a severe attack of fluenza. ... ~I Miss Edna Capps and Miss Ora Rog ers, university students, leu xor their honle at Blackfoot, Idaho, this morning! to spend the holidays. Miss Edna Champlin, a teacher Moscow, returned todav from Pullman. J R Davidson, .a student at the versitv went to his home today at Van couver B C„ to spend Christmas. Mr. Davidson has seen service with Canadian army, and has been over top in Belgium. f Kendrick was James Nelson Moscow Tuesday. He went to his home today accompanied by hi., daughter, Miss Stella, who is a student at the uni His son, Alfred Nelson, who ith the naval unit at Seattle, is ex pected home for Christmas. If it's easier for you, just mail check to the Red Cross Christmas roll call, care of H. H. Simpson, chairman. Mrs C W Feathcrstone of Viola in Moscow shopping today. vr r 'L'. ■ I vr-c role A« versity. is w Prot. C. B. Wilson left .odav hS'ÎLÔÎ SttS al agriculture. Prof. Wilson is state supervisor of vocational agriculture del the Smith-Hughes law. Miss Ada Bower, teacher of the Nay lot school, went to her home today Deary, to spend Christmas. Mrs. N. T. Shepherd went to Troy today to visit a few days with friends. Miss Mamie Crumpacker. a university Mudent, went to her home today at Nez perce, to spend the holidays. Mrs. Albert Neeiy and little daugh er went to Troy todav. Leather traveling slippers in cases, for men and women, at Wallace's Jewelry store. A nice Xmas gift. 64tf iÂTeÆ'r mg the Red Cross. It takes just one aollar - . , , , In the Avon section the records show a farm salfc. Greta Olson sold »U acres of land to Free; Söderström for %2|-OG. Mrs. Joe Kramer of Colton is shop ping in town today. Arthur Anderson of Troy is a bus iness visitor in Moscow today. Mrs. A. J. Flint of Troy is in Mos cow today shopping. Frank Busch of Colton is a visitor in the city. "Is your name written there?" On the Red Cross Christmas roll call? Jay Woodworth was an arrival yes terday from Lewiston. Bert Phillips and family left yester hece they will make Mr, Phillips has been the day for Portland « their home, representative in Moscow of Mason. Er min company, wholesale grocers of Lewiston. One thing no one can afford to be without—a membership in the Red call. Mr. and Mrs. B. Oliver from north of Moscow are in town today. M rs. Joe Andrews arrived yesterday from Lewiston. C. A. Tenwick was a passenger this morning to Spokane. and Cochran of Prosser, Wash., has been in Moscow for a few is | days on business. Mrs. Cochran was j formerly Mrs. Laura Loftus and is well the j known in Moscow, ■ home for a number of year. as this was her Attorney F. L. Moore came home from a business trip to | yesterday at Orangeville. still 1 The best people are doing it—join j D g the Red Cross, j Mrs. Philander Rawson went to Spo kane this morning to be gone a few be days, to Miss Hazel Bartholf, one - of the teachers of Moscow, spent yesterday m Pullman, j to , Order now your Home-made Can dies. Phone 266-J. Mrs. Geo. Leith and Mrs. Rose Nelson of Kendrick were in Moscow shopping yesterday. 68-tf she j p on 't be one of those who bring the t end of the process ion. Pay re- ^ that you will not need in- J - i to be tagged on Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Harry Driscoll of Troy was vis jn jn Mos ' ow ves t e rday. _ . Mrs. Anna Colby went to Palouse I yesterday to assist in nursing. in'. Mrs. Chas. King of Kendrick was | 111 Moscow yesterday. The slackers in joining the Red! Cross Christmas roll call will require personal solicitation on Friday and Saturday of this week. The commit tee trusts that there will be very ew o approac on se w y . Mrs. E. E. Ostroot and Mrs. Dorothy Dahl left yesterday for Coeur d Alene where they were called by the death of the wife of Rev. P- J- Luvaas, who is their nephew. Mrs. Luvaas died ot influenza. in a is If Moscow could enroll one thous and members per day, there would be of a splendid chance of achieving uni m "r r o ,p 'Z w o. ,,o A large assortment of military watches at Wallace's Jewelry Store. Mrs. A. J, Simonson is on the sick list with an attack of tonsililis. 64tf tor Mrs,' E. Vangniaus had friend, from Los Angeles as visitors last week. _ _ Now is the appointed time to join the Red Cross. George Marsh of the S. A. F. C. left at yesterday for his home at Nezperce. Mrs. Albert Crow returned yester day from a visit at Kendrick, Mrs. Victor Nelson went last evening I to Kendrick to nurse an influe«" tient, Contentment is better than riches. There is nothing richer than the con tented feeling that comes of joining the Red Cross of your own free will, Pay today. A vigorous childhood if carefully satt Jüfti wsss children eat f„„,| which is hard to digest has brought gtomach and bowel trouble to many Children are fond of a household. Oatmeal Blend; it is a wholesome and nourishing food and easily digested. Ask your grocer for it. Dr.. R. C. Faust of Deary is in town today on business, his Ford car hut says no minister everj ought to try that trip at this season of the year. From Deary to Troy there from Troy to Cornwall the 68-tf He came over in is snow, ids arc rough and frozen in places From Corn and very muddy in others, wall to Moscow the roads were fairly good. Fire, flood, famine, pestilence, wounds—these are some of the things the Red Cross alleviates by its acts of mercy. re To Head Off Strike. WASHINGTON.—The national war labor board today assumed jurisdiction in New York harbor hotttmen's wage dispute and decided to hold a meeting at 10 o'clock Saturday morning in New! York. T. V. O'Connor, representing the -employes, said he believed the strike scheduled for tomorrow morning will be postponed. DEARY HAS HAD HARD SEIGE OF INFLUENZA The flu epidemic which has been raging around Deary, Bovill and all the surrounding logging camps for several weeks, until physicians, nurs es and other attendants have been taxed beyond their capacity to at tend to the sick ones, is now showing a let-up. The new cases are not oc curring as fast as the number of con valescing ones. The Moscow Red Cross has sent a box of slippers, bath robes, masks, etc., to the Deary Red Cross, which is^ a kindness much appreciated by the latter. The highest number of sick in one family around Deary has been ten, and this without any help for two days, when they were all sick. TO OUR MOSCOW GIRLS Goodbye, little girl, who made us glad, Who kept us from feeling blue and sad. Goodbye, little girl, of the smiling eyes Who listened long to our cheerful lies, You made old Moscow a cheery place, Dear little girl of the sunny face. At first we simply played with you, But you were so dainty, sweet and true, That now when the time has come to part ,. , . 1 We Jake wi t h us an ach i ng h eart, | - - " j We are paying following prices F. O. | B ; Spokane for week ending Dec. ; I9ig. g u 't ter jr a (; Hens, 4 lbs. and over, alive QUOTATIONS 64c 22c Hens, smaller Old Roosters [Springs . 19c 12 </ 2 c 21c Ducks . Geese . Veal, No. 1, dressed Hogs, No. 1 . Turkeys, No. 1 ... Hides . 18c ,16c 13c 19c 38c Market COMMERCIAL CREAMERY CO. Spokane, Wash. CHICHESTER S PILLS MK PilbtoBe* and Hold rartUUcNV/ boxas, scsi cd with Blue Ribbon. W f) &Vt, ot A k s r^?.Yi.? , nr^rEK » I c Jr DIAMOND BRAND PILLS, for «ft years known as Best, Safest. Always Reliable SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE We will pay for Poultry, live weight as follows: Turkeys Ducks . Geese .. Chickens, 30c 22c 20c 15 to 18c See us before selling COLD STORAGE MARKET Phone 7 EXPERT Accountant and Income Tax Reporters In Demand We cannot begin to supply the daily calls for Expert Accountants and Bookkeepers. We place you as soon as you are qualified. write for Free Booklet. PACIFIC EXTENSION UNIVERSITY Old National Bank Building Washington Spokane f If 51 ! uc I if ÜÎI Flour, Coal Mill Feed m m M m if I The Moscow Union Warehouse Company has just received an other carload of the celebrated PRIMROSE HARDWHEAT FLOUR If From the Townsend Mills at Townsend, Montana. We had been un able to get this flour for a time, but now have a large supply of it. This flour has given splendid satisfaction. Try a sack of it. a If If COAL and WOOD Another large supply of that splendid coal that has given such good satisfaction. Another lot of excellent wood and a good supply of posts now on hand. MILL FEED Another big shipment of mill feed just received. This is the best and cheapest feed for cows and hogs at this time of year. m m m. GROCERIES m The Farmers Store has received a fresh supply of Staple and Fancy Groceries and a fine assortment of Dainties for the Christmas dinner. ALWAYS THE BEST GOODS AND LOWEST PRICES. m if ü if m m Farmers' Union Warehouse Co >nl 3nfenl ifu But go we must, for our work is done, | The Hun has fled, and the war is won. j But where e'er we're thrown by the j world's mad whirl We can never forget our Moscow girl. — S. A. T. C. j Kicking Back. Hon. Alex. Appleby, editor of the Leesville (Colo.) Light, is tired of being criticized. "Many people kick because the papers never tell the truth," he says. "Let the man or woman in Leesville r* n Mai Vi c t simon-pure satisfaction in eating corn flakes »taking y to consideration flavor, crispne and texture, is assured wKert the flakes are e À TOASTIES c C -, Sjm who wants us to tell the truth about him or her stand up and we'll try to be accommodating."—New York Tele graph. OH, YOU YANKS! You are the boys, Who crossed the blue To lick the Kaiser, And all his crew. You've done it well, Accept our thanks! No huns on earth Could whip our Yanks! We are so proud, We sing and dance. For you who spilled Your blood in France. You've done your bit, With "Bill" you're thru, Glad hearts at' home Are waiting you. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR RENT—AFTER JAN. 1ST, two housekeeping rooms, first floor.