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The daily star-mirror. (Moscow, Idaho) 1911-1939, January 31, 1919, Image 3

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LAST TIME TONIGHT
TtLMUDGE
in
DE LUXE ANNIE
A Great Picture
SATURDAY MATINEE and NIGHT
in
THE FLOOR BELOW
COME EARLY
Cit^NeWç
Weather — Idaho — Tonight rain
or snow, warmer—Saturday rain or
snow.
E. Boenieke of Juliaetta was in
Moscow Thursday on business.
Malcom Price came home yester
day from Vancover, where he has
been serving with the spruce division.
G. A. Frantziph of Troy was reg
istered yesterday at the Hotel Mos
cow.
of Troy arrived today to visit at the
home of her mother. Mrs. Gehrett.
What for the 1220 Twin City Trac
tor to be on exhibition at Idaho Gar
104-107
age shortly.
Snow Mount and Olympic flour for
one week, per barrel $11.44.
burn & Wilson Produce Co.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Collins,
Jan. 29, a daughter.
Wash
105 -t^
Mrs. Andrew Hoidal of Troy, was
in Moscow Thursday on business.
Miss Rose Glaser of Howell was
For Sale, Jonathan and Rome
Beauty apples. Phone Farmers 9138.
— 93-119
in Moscow today.
Irving Hedeen returned today from
Puget Sound, where he has been in
service at the naval camp.
Jack Richmond, a former student
of the university, returned today from
West. Point, on his way home to his
home at Orofino.
- Born, to Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Wilken
of Cameron, Idaho, Jan. 24, a son,
at Gritman's hospital.
Atty. J. C. Orland returned last
evening from a business trip to Spo
kane and Coeur d'Alene.
For 500 Taxicab phone Main 3.
103-107
Mrs. E. E. Collins and little Edwin
Wilson came home today from Se
attle, where they have been for the
past six months. Mr. Collins is em
ployed in the superintendent's office
of the railway mail service.
Mrs. O. O. Lockard and Mrs. Frank
Lpckard of Joel were Moscow visitors
today.
R. V. Wood and Geo. Rowley of
Joel were in Moscow today on busi
ness.
Get our prices on oats, barley and
They are very low. Mark P.
102-tf
corn.
Miller Milling Co.
Mike Gushliak of Potlatch, a native
of Austria, petitioned yesterday for
citizenship before the U. S. court, M.
W. Griffith, clerk.
Miss Mary Spitler of Howell, is
shopping in Moscow today.
Mrs. Geo. Chaney of Viola was a
Moscow visitor Thursday.
Snow Mount & Olympic flour for
one week, per barrel $11.44.
burn & Wilson.
Wash
105-tf
GRINDING, ROILING AND CHOPPING
FREE
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To introduce our new chop mill and first class work, we
mill free of charge, 10 sacks of any one lot. This offer HOLDS
GOOD UNTIL MARCH 15, 1919. We are also equipped with a
first class Clipper Cleaning Mill which does A No. 1 work on any
kind of grain, peas, beans or seed. We will hand-pick and fumigate
your pea reed at a reasonable rate.
We have the following varieties of pea seed for sale: Blue
Prussian, Alaska, White Canada, Advancer, Bangalia, and Admiral.
This stock is from the best grown in this locality, is cleaned, graded
and fumigated.
Ground peas and heavy wheat screenings, half and half, $65.09
per ton, sticks extra.
Washburn & Wilson Produce Co.
The old Grice Warehouse near Inland Depot.
James
Born, to Mr. and Mrs.
Mondy, who are visiting relatives at
Joel, a son, Elmer Willis, weighing
11 1-2 pounds on Jan. 28.
Ed McConnell in Germany, and Guy
Van Buskirk in France, have received
their Christmas boxes. These are the
first soldiers Moscow friends have
had word of about the receipt of the
holiday packages.
George Walter, weji-known busi
ness man of Pullman, is in Moscow
today on business. .Mr. Walter is a
pioneer ol Pullman and was for many
years city clerk of the college town.
Professor F. A. Thomson, dean of
the school of mines at the University
of Idaho, left today for Spokane on a
business trip which will probably
cover several days.
For 500 Taxicab phone Main 3.
103-107
Lawrence Phelps returned Monday
Mr. Phelps left here
from France,
with the .Montana national guards and
has seen much fighting,
wounded in the right knee but has
almost recovered from the effects of
He was
the wound.
C. A. Fisher of Lewiston was in j
Moscow Thursday on business.
V. McQueen visited yesterday north
of Moscow at the Dave Hannah home.
Miss Jennie Wickere of Virgil, Mon
tana, left yesterday for her home,
after an extended visit with .Mrs. J.
Christenson.
Note these prices per cord for good
quality sawed wood delivered. Pine
$8.00; fir and tamarack $9.50. Also
we offer good quality baled alfalfa
hay at $27 per ton at our mill. Mark
P. Miller Milling Co. 92-tf
Miss Cleo Kessler arrived today
from Marcus, Wash., to visit with rel
atives.
Special policeman, H. Hayes, was
run over yesterday by the hind wheel
of a dray, during the rush to the 4'ire.
He sustained injuries on the head
and ear, but is rapidly recovering.
The county commissioners left yes
terday for a two-day inspection of a
road matter near Juliaetta.
A. H. Olson of the Hub store, left
yesterday for Lewiston.
Mrs. A. G. McWreath, who lives
east of Moscow, has received word
that her father, Rueben Black, who
visited here last summer, is very ser
iously ill at his home in South Da
kota.
Mrs. Jay Gibson, who has been vis
iting with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Gibson,
left for Boise this morning. Mr. Jay
Gibson has been appointted bank ex
reside at Boise,
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Langdon and
son arrived today from Spokane for a
visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Langdon.
i The B. Y. O. F. club met yesterday
with Mrs. Ben Bush The guests of
the club were Airs Rodney Small of
Jay Gibson of Boise
0 ,
Spokane, Mrs.
and Miss Ruth Broman.
Jay Woodworth is assisting in 'he
office at Davids' during the yearly in
voicing,
the misforune to lose a good young
horse this week from indigestion.
Mrs. Alex Sprouse went to Lewis
ton today to visit her mother, Mrs
Departee.
Fred Pitzen, east of Moscow, had
W. F. French of Moscow
Mrs.
Mountain is shopping in town today.
Earl C. Hall, once science teacher
in the public schools, is a junior in
the medical school at Minneapolis.
SAYS COLD WEATHER BRINGS
RETURN OF INFLUENZA
Public Must Be Careful To Avoid a
Second Epidemic. Easier to Pre
vent Than Cure. What to Do.
'Encouraging reports of the fewer
of Influenza in this vicinity
cases
s Uncle Sam*
wm raised o
corn— a»)» (Qoßi
and He's runnin
strong. EAT —
Post
Toasties
Champion corn 1
flakes
£
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mm
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should not allow us to relax our vied
or to decome careless in the
over,"
With
apt to be a return of this frightful
epidemic and its seriousness wid de
pend on the extent of the precautions
taken by the public, to prevent in
fection."
When the air is full of influenza"
germs, you may be constantly breath
mg them into your nose and throat.
But their danger may be avoided and
lance
belief that the danger is all
says a well known authority.
the coming of cold weather there is
ECONOMY
mmmmm
CALUMET
T
*
'
Calumet possesses the farthest
reaching baking powder economy. It is
the most economical leavening agent It saves in
, more ways — and makes more important savings
, than most other baking powders.
I You save when you buy it The price is
moderate—it leaves you money over the cost of
high-priced brands for purchase of other articles.
Costs but little more than cheap powders —far
more valuable in quality.
You save when you use it. Possesses twice
the ordinary raising force—you use only half as
much as is ordinarily required.
You save materials it is used with. Calumet never
fails with any kind of recipe or with any kind of tlour
always produces perfectly raised, delicious bakings.
You'll notice a great difference when you use
Calumet It produces light, sweet, wholesome, flaky bakings.
You'll notice with some of the cheaper brands the bakings are
soggy, heavy, dark in color and sometimes have a bitter taste.
1
Used by leading chefs
and domestic scientists,
and by more housewives
than any other brand.
Made in the world's larg
est and finest baking pow
der plant.
Sinking çpv
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J*ot made by the
AIME
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Best by test A
trial proves it
y
ÎSwlSly
CHICAGO
you may make yourself practically
immune to infection if your destroy
the germ before it actually begins
work in your blood.
During the recent serious epidemic
which hi; Moscow so hard, most sue
cessful results were obtained by many
through the simple breathing into the
nose, throat and lungs of the medicat
ed ah- 0 f oil of Hyomei. Probabaly
no better, safer or more sensible pre
caution against Influenza, Grippe,
1
of the nose and throat could he em
Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis or Catarrh
ployed than to so now to the nearest
drug store and get a complete Hy
omei outfit consisting of a bottle of
the pure Oil of Hyomei and a little
vestpocket hard rubber inhaling de
vice 111 to whlc h a few drops of the oil
are poured.
Carry this inhaler with you during
the day and each half hour or so
put it in your mouth and draw- deep
breaths of its pure healing germi
cidal air into the passages of your
germs that may have found lodgment
nose, throat and lungs to destroy any
there. This simple precaution may
save you a serious illness and the loss
of several weeks work. It is pleasant
further supplies of the Oil of Hyome!
can be had at any drug store for a
f ew cents,
to use and not at all expensive as
the inhaler will last a lifetime and
Hundreds of people in this vicinty
used Hyomei in this way during the
recent crisis and avoided danger. Thev
should not neglect it now for the dan
ger is by no means over.
For sale by R. Hodgins.

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