The Nash Truck
The satisfactory performance of the Nash rear driven trucks
in daily service and their unusually low cost to operate is due, in
no small measure, to the fact that they are equipped with the M.
& S. type of autoatic locking differential. This enables this truck
to pull out of bad holes where any ordinary truck would be hope
lessly stuck. Come in and examine this feature.
These trucks have four speeds, electric lights, all modern im
proved equipment and have given perfect satisfaction wherever
Trucks Will Be in Demand
The hundreds of miles of new hard surfaced roads to be built
in Latah county this year means increased demands for trucks to
haul the big wheat crop, worth $2 per bushel, that everyone ex
pects this year. Come in now and order your truck for fall de
livery and be sure to get it when you need it.
The Idaho Garage
Cor. 2d and Washington Sts.
A. S. FROST, Proprietor..
OF MOSCOW DEALERS
(Continued from page 1)
market and given a fair trial. Tim
Sullivan, of the Moscow Auto & Sup
ply company, will continue to supply
the trade with these dependable goods
and the high quality accessories he
has always carried.
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BUICK CAR MAKES THE
MOUNT RAINIER TRIP SAFELY
How a Buick, five-passenger car
Rainier on Feb. 22, plowing through
mud, slush, and snow, making the
wonderful trip through many kinds
of weather, including a blizzard, is
told in a recent issue of the Seattle
the P.-I. story follow:
Between dawn and dusk of George
A REAL SERVICE FOR LIVE
Few shippers realize the advantage of marketing their stock
\hrough a reliable commission firm, thoroughly familiar with all the
market conditions from day to day, whose keen selling experience
enables it to command the highest prices for its offerings.
Our record of having served more shippers in the year just passed
than all of our competitors indicates how well we are serving our
We fill feeder and stocker orders. Send for our Weekly Market
Letter with quotations.
P. W. Murphy Commission Co.
Extra fine Sponges are imported while most all of the
ordinary varieties come from Florida and the West Indies.
The latter are just as good as the higher priced ones, for
We have just received a specially selected shipment of
have just a specially
West Indian Sponges. All sizes in round, flat, coarse and fine
If you need a sponge for the bath, for house-cleaning, for
the auto or buggy or for any other purpose, see our stock.
The Corner Drug Store
Where Quality Counts'
C. E. BOLLES, Proprietor
Washington's birthday, five Seattle
ites, tucked away under robes and
sweaters and carrying ropes and cam
eras. borne by a 1919 model, five
passenger, valve-in-head Buick were
whisked as if by magic to Mount
Rainier and back again to the city.
From 7 a. m. to 7 p. m., twelve
swift, consecutive hours, they "came,
saw and conquered," incidentally cov
ering 214 miles, under all sorts of
weather conditions, over all sorts of
roads. George Purdy, district man
ager of the Eldridge Buick company
and record breaker of past Mara
thons, was at the wheel. Under his
stern vigilence the car responded as
smoothly and as simply as a third
hand might have done, each unit of
the car co-ordinating like fingers
should. It almost talked in terms
of transportation and never once,
through slush, mud, gravel, snow and
serpentine ruts, did it balk.
It would be interesting to peer back
with seeing eyes 146 years ago to
George Washington's time and read
the chronicles of trips taken by the
Puget sound Indians to the grand old
"Mountain That Was God," which
we are honoring today in our civil
ized fashion, assisted by motor cars,
paved boulevards and spacious hos
pitable inns by the wayside. How
was this same trip staged 146 years
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Millions of dollars are wasted an
nually through the injudicious choice
of trucks, according to Mr. A. S.
Frost of the Idaho Garage, local Olds
"By that I mean," said Mr. Frost,
"that the business
"that the average business man does
not make a close enough study of the
actual hauling conditions that exist
in his business before deciding on
what type of truck to buy—he does
not really analyze his own problems.
As a result, as often as not he se
cures a truck of the wrong capacity,
and that spells waste.
"Stand on any business corner for
an hour or so and you will discover
that this is the literal truth. You
will notice particularly that this is
When you have a surplus of money,
deposit it with us. We allow 4 per cent
interest on savings accounts and time
The First National Bank
Security and Service
the literal truth. You will notice par
ticularly that a very large percent
age of the heavy duty trucks are load
ed to far less than their rated capac
ity; often the load will be less than
a quarter of what the truck is cap
able of hauling. The reason for this
is \ery often indicated by the nature
of the load. It is apparent that the
owner does sometimes have occasion
to haul capacity loads. And it is
equally apparent that in buying the
truckj he had in mind chiefly these
occasional instances rather than the
day-in and day-out service the truck
would be called upon to deliver. I
"Now suppose he had chosen a
truck of far smaller capacity. His
average load would cost far less to
haul. The amount invested would be
less; fuel and oil costs would be cut
practically in two; maintenance costs
would be very much reduced. Besides
the lighter truck will make a great
deal better time, especially if it is
mounted on pneumatic tires. Hence,
it will have plenty of time to split
the occasional big job in two or even
three hauls without inconvenience to
"Our experience with the Oldsmo
bile Economy Truck, which has
rated capacity of 1600 to 2000 pounds,
is demonstrating every day that the
speedy, staunch truck of relatively
small capacity is the logical, econ
omical solution of the average haul
ing problem. But business houses
who pfJt their haulage on a purely
mathematical basis have learned this
lesson and it will not be long before
it is a generally recognized fact.
UNITED IN MARRIAGE
[ Frank Shonvach and Miss Kora
Mendenhall were married in Moscow
March 4. Mr. Shonvach has a nice
little' home to bring his bride to and
their many friends wish them a happy
and prosperous married life,
bride is the daughter of S. Menden
hall and was born and raised in
Vassar Williamson, a returned sol
dier from France, is visiting Miss
Ruth Phelps and a guest of Mrs. L. L.
Roy Lazell moved his family back
to his home Monday. He will return
! Mrs. Tracy Denason and sister,
Pearl, visited with their sister, Mrs,
I R. Ult. Friday.
Miss Erma and Edith Tribble vis
ited their father at Helmer, Camp 6,
David Thrasher and family moved
into the Mont Lazell house.
Mrs. Ora Shuler is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. W. Wilton.
Mrs. Eva Askins and son. Percy,
visited in Pullman last week.
S. Mark's Church.
There will be no public services
tomorrow. I shall celebrate Holy
Communion alone at 10:30 a. m. All
alone a. m. All
members of the church are 'requested
to keep the time 10:30 till 11 for de
about a short hay crop—a few
acres planted to fodder com
will turn the trick. Ask your
neighbors who have one and
then come in and let show
you the kind of silo stave stock
we handle. We believe it is
the best made and most dur
able you can find anywhere
for the money.
Standard Lmbr. Co.
HARRY GALLUP, Manager
Lady Washington White Beans,
4 lbs. for.
Centennial Rolled Oats.
Olympic Flour, per sack.
Snow Mount Flour, per sack.. . $3,05
Higher than some—but worth
English Breakfast, reg. 60c, at..35c
Gun Powder, regular 60c, at
Japan, regular 60c, at.
WASHBURN & WILSON
Imported Hand Em
broidered and Hand
(See Window Display)
ENVELOPES AND GOWNS
BABY DRESSES AND GERTRUDES
Unusually attractive are these dainty garments,
well made too, every
seam and tuck being done by
hand. The beautiful patterns embroidered by hand
will captivate you. All very moderately priced.
New shipment of NEMO SELF REDUCING
CORSETS received this week. Mrs. Bethel will
gladly give you a fitting. Make an appointment.
votional exercises and where possible
to follow the services in their own
homes. Prayers will be offered (1)
for the health of the city; (2) for the
guidance of the Peace Delegates. The
co-operation of all who believe in
prayer is earnestly invited.
- "The church bèi! wall he rung to in
dicate when the service will begin.
The church door will be locked.
W. H. Bridge (Rector).
Road Meeting at Leland.
At the regular monthly meeting of
the Potlatch Highway Commissioners
held at Leland last Saturday after
noon, it was decided to hold a mass
meeting of the residents of the High
way District at Leland, Monday,
March 10. The meeting is to be held
for the purpose of determining
whether to vote bonds at this time and
also to get the general sentiment of
the people most interested as to what
plans should be made for the better
ment of the roads lying within the
boundaries of the district.
The commissioners feel that the
majority of the taxpayers within the
district should have a voice in out
lining the road work of the district.
Everyone interested in roads is urged
UTILITY, as expressed in the BUICK Valve
in-Head car for 1919, is a composite thing, made up
of those elements which may be considered vital
factors in the serviceability of a motor car.
This utility has been arrived at through the
perience of nearly twenty years, during which time
the Buick course has been characterized by
ering fidelity to accepted engineering ideals, and
constructive advancement has been made by the
process of improvement and elimination.
to be present at this meeting.—Ken
_ Cedar Creek Road District
Cedar Creek formed the first good
roads district in Latah county last
Saturday when the people of that
community voted a majority of 49 to
9 in, favor of the district. The over
whelming majority »hows the pro
gressive spirit of the Cedar Creek
people and it is now a certainty that
greatly improved road conditions will
be the result of the formation of the
Clarence Fry, Prank Lyons and
Fred Darby were elected commission
ers of the district. Watch Cedar
Creek come to the front.—Kendrick
Latah County Records.
Friday, March 7, 1919.
Farm Name— R. E. Nordby
farm. Lots 1-2, Sec. 7-37-4W., "Genesee
Valley Stock Farm."
Q. C. D.— J. W. Seat to T. A. Meek
er, $1, SE% NE^4 E V 2 SE% except S
12 A. SW% SE% 23-38-3W.
Rel.—Clara "Wethered to George F.
Returns of Genesee Highway Dis
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