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An Important announcement THE PURCHASE OF TO THOSE WHO CONTEMPLATE FURS the Coming Fall MR. SUDHE1MEB, REPRESENTING "ALBRECHTS* EXCLU SIVE FURS, WILL BE AT THE FASHION SHOP WITH THE COMPLETE LINE OF COATS, COATEES, FUR SETS AND SINGLE PIECES, TUESDAY, JUNE ». 1 FUR PRICES ARE ADVANCING DAILY AND WE STRONGLY ADVISE EARLY SELECTION. WILL RE AT THE STORE FROM 9 A. M. UNTIL 2 P. M. ONLY. MR. SUDHE1MEK Tuesday, June 3rd IKE FASHION SHOP röyauayeiyauc y Clarice Pattison, the daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pattison. celebrat ed her eighth birthday, Wednesday afternoon, May 28, at her borhe on south Main by entertaining a num ber of her little friends. Those pres ent were Mary Proctor, Francis Baken, Harriet Baken, Marie Hagan, Donald Hagau, Ina Peterson, Anna Pflepson, Bernice Leona Clifford, Hobart Proctor, Ho ward Proctor, Mrs. J. H. Clifford, Mrs. R. P. Proctor, Mrs. A. C. Hagan, Miss M. Pattison and Mrs C. A. Pattison. Mrs. Pattison was assisted in serving by Mrs. Hagan. Rev. and Mrs. H. O. Perry enter taiued at luncheon Friday, Dr. and Mrs. Walters of Spokane. Dr. Walters gave the principal Memorial address in the afternoon. Wednesday afternoon the Historic-! al Club was hostess at a tea at the home of the president, Mrs. Yost, the entertainment complimenting Mrs. MacMartin, Mrs. Nettleton and Mr«. Pierce who are leaving Moscow perm anently and Mrs. F. Gail, who will be absent a year. The porch and rooms were beautl fully decorated in red peonies and Bpyrea, the table being laid in red tulips and spyrea, Mrs. C. J. Orland pouring at tea. Several musical se lections were given during the arter-1 noon. Mrs. Cal Smith sang a solo accompanied on the piano by Miss Henrietta Peasley, Miss Ruth Kutne wsky gave a piano selection and little Klrma Peterson gave a piano piece. Over forty members were in atend-, Clifford, Velma Clifford, Mrs. Howard David entertained at a bridge party Wednesday afternoon, honoring her guest. Mrs. Sheiman. pat -——— .... _..,r. —l •' ance. 1 ■■■hi 111 1 "irr v, .12-•zsrr.v''. , .izeesümd Take Tonic a INCREASE VOIR STORE OF STRENGTH A sense of weariness and debility which is so often experienced at this season is often due to a lack of proper nutrition. In such cases the nervous system is not worn out—but it is improperly fed. The nerves get their nutrition from the blood and the blood is formed from the products of digestion. NY ALS IRON TONIC Will readily replace debility and weakness with energy and strength. A remedy that increases appetite, aids digestion and creates rich, red blood. « It will enable you to store up strength for the trjing months of summer. PRICE $1.00 The Comer Drug Store Where Quality Counts C. E. BOLLES, Proprietor The Kappa Kappa Gamma enter tained at a reception Wednesday eve ning from 8 to 10 in honor of Mrs. Hosley of Seattle, province president. The house was beautifully decorated in roses and bridal wreaths, ice and wafers being served to over 150 guests Those in the receiving line were Miss Helga Anderson, Mrs. Hosley, Mrs. McPhee, Mrs. Conwell, Mrs. von Ende and Miss Pearl Morgan. ' Mrs. Butterfield will entertain in formally, the Delta Gamma and pat ronesses, Saturday afternoon at her home on North Polk. - .. _ . evening complimenting Sergeant and. .Mrs. Hutton. . ; - | Mr. and Mrs. F. Cushing Moore, were guests, Monday of Mr. and Mrs. i Warren Truitt, at luncheon, Monday. I I - I „ Mrs. Nankervis gave a very pretty par ty Thursday afternoon at the home | ! of Mrs. McDaniel in honor of Mrs. Aspray who leaves soon for Spokane. | About 36 guests were present. i - ! * Last Saturday afternoon Mrs. Cal'. Smith was hostess at a delightful tea, I honoring her sister, Miss Hazel Grons- j dahl of Rosalia and entertaining the 1 Delta Gamma sorority. During the 1 afternoon the following selections were given: piano solo, Mrs. F. Schmidt; vocal solo, Miss Tgcklen- i berg; violin and cello, Miss Grons Jahl and Miss Sweeney of St. Maries; violin solo, little Miss Paige Ellis of, Rosalia. 1 The decorations were in the Delta Gamma colors, bronze, pink and blue, i and , M r. and Mrs. Butterfield entertaln ed a t a small dinner party Monday : Mrs. McDaniel, Mrs. Clarke, and . ronesses of the Delta Gamma, were among the guests, who numbered over 35. Mrs. Forney and Mrs. Truitt were guests Wednesday at a luncheon given by Mrs. Sheffiel dat the Alpha Delta Pi house in Pullman. Mrs. C. J. Orlaud was hostess at a pretty luncheon, Friday at X o'clock. The guests were Mrs. Snoddy, Mrs. J. N. Clarke, Mrs. Whittier, Mrs. William Hunter and Mrs. H. H. Orland. Mrs Ben Bush received this after In honor of her sister, Mrs. Max Those re-1 ceiving with Mrs. Bush were Mrs. Ho ward David, Mrs. H. H. Orland and Those who assisted at the tea table 1 were Mrs. H. H. Simpson', Mrs. Par* j sons, Mrs. Cook, Mrs. N, Williamson, Mrs, J, Hayes and Mrs, ShOinKVnn., The girls who served were Mary, Williamson, Marjory Simpson and Vir ginia House Over 75 inivitations were issued for the reception. noon Leuddemann of Portland. Mrs. Geo. Horton. The house was beautifully decorated in the brilliant wild flowers of the season. The little maids tending door were Mary Borah Leuddemann, Joan Leuddemann and Mary Louise Bush. ! « I Mrs. F. A. David was hostess, Tues- j day at a 1 o'clock luncheon, compli menting Mrs. Scheiman. The guests j were Mrs. Bangs, Mrs. Leuddemann, Mrs. Howard Kirkwood and the mem bers of the B. Y. O. F. club. The Past Noble Grand club was en- ; tertained at the home of Mrs. O. B. Johnston. Wednesday afternoon. The j afternoon was spent in the regular 1 business session, social chat and , needlework. A reading was given by, iscïL.Sr . s": sü Mrs. Westover. Delicious refreshments w„e served by the beste.., by Mrs. C. B. Westover. ELECTED WEDNESDAY year were elected and three of this number will sit on the advisory i * i.r c ■ . board. Altho a fair percentage voters cast their ballots at the elec— tion, the interest shown in "Y" affairs did not come up to expectations. Le Roy _ . . „ _ , Latah County Records. Monday, May 26, 1919. W. D.—Guy Payne to Mary E. Ed ards, $250; S% Lot 10 acres No. Add. Genesee. • Y. M. C. A. OFFICERS The men who will handle all stu dent activities at the "Y" hut next The following men were elected: Philip Buck; Boyde Cornelison; Ver ner Clements; Abe Goff; Reuben Johnson; E. K. Lindley; Wm. Lan groise; T. E. Maberly; Bernard Mc Devitt; Howard Staples; Thompson; Garde Wood. Rob—Potlatch State Bank to X el-1 U?e E Phillipe, R. M. to Scott Menden Hail, 10-8-13. C. M.—Wyatt J. Poole to Ross Hawkins, $300, crop. w r> t _w rwt ,V T S800 3 2 Frve°s Add E iown, $800 3-- f yes Add - ^ n' w TWnev ln h, J Tienmv $" - NE J SW \ SE% SW V*, Lot'7; 1% A. off S. end of let a Sec 1-37-6 W (91 25 a 1 W. ' D.-—Orloff 'Benedict to Zêta chi Alpha Trust Co e 345 . Lots i 2 - 13-! Deakin's Add. Moscow. q q p_ p g Smith to same $1 ab Q Ve ' ' ' ' 4 „p't_Governor to D P Kidwell as commissioner of Potlatch High ^, ay District B B. S.—Art'Sly to Myron Reed, $2501 2 horses set harness." " g g. Same to I N Sly $450- 3 horses bean cutter and planter 2 cultivators 60 sacks chop* * ' ' J__ _ , M 0 _ 1Q1 „ lue.oay, nay zi, uiy. Rel.—Latah County State Bank to John A. Collins, r-m, 3-13-16. W. D.—Samuel Monk to Grace B. 1 Faust. $5000, E% SE% 10-39-2W. ,R. M.—Grace B. Faust to Samuel J.'Monk, $2500 above. i w g _Harry Whittier to F. A. c ar i son Si; NWS^SWtiNE^ 5-39 ,- w Vg A \ ' ' „ , T „ , . 1 . R r f^lf^ nn C ° r Z% 9 *° '• R eterson - r ' m i C. M.— J. C. Peterson to Latah Coun iy State Bank. . .$600; printing plant , of Latah County Press. j Rel.-—Jess E. Collins to The Farm ; ors Bank, Kendrick, r-m 1-14-16. App't—Governor to B. J. Jones, j Com. of Potlatch Highway District. App't—Goveror to A. D. Decker, as Coin, of same. Copy of Board of Commissioners of District, Highway B. J. Potlatch TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE — M'CORMICK MOWER and rake, cheap if taken soon. Call 208tf Farmers 934x2. WANTED—BEE'S WAX at the BCON omical Pharmacy. Phone 195. 208tf WANTED—A GIRL OR WOMAN FOR general work. Call the Star Hotel. _ 208tf A STRAY PIG CAME TO MY PLACE. Owner can have same by identifying pig and paying for this ad. Phone Farmers 916x4. 208 FOR SALE—320 ACRES, 3 MILES from Moscow, soil black loam, 220 acres in crop, 1-3 to buyer, 100 acres to be summer fallowed. Good house, orchard, lots of water. Price $116 per acre. See E. E. Ostroot, Phone 19J. _ 208-10 FOR SALE—320 ACRES IN THE Lenville Country. 140 acres wlnffer wheat, 50 acres spring wheat, 35 acres oats. House and barn; 1-3 crop to buyer. Price $76 per acre. Terms. See E. E. Ostroot, Phone 19J. Office over Moscow Hardware Co. 208-10 .(ones. Pres.: A. 1). Decker, Sec.; J. H. Bottier. Treas. Oath of Commissioners: B. J. Jones, D. F. Kitlwell and A. D. Decker. Rel.—C. H. I'heeler to W. D. Wood ward, r-m 7-31-17; r-m 6-13-7. W. D.—Hairy 0. Stanton to Hugh Stantoii. $750, 6-7 Kendrick, Amended Articles of Incorporation of Gençsee Union Warehouse Co. (formerly Genesee Farmers Union Warehouse Co., Ltd.) Wednesday, May 28, 1919. Re).—Anna S. Blanchard to Ferdin-j land Beckman et ux Mary J.. r-m 6 12-14. Dien. T. H, Sturdevant Young, $20; Dearborn Auto truck in possession of C. F. Byrne, W. D. C. A. Drinkard and Petér J. Os'weiler to M. J. Boor, $1: Dot 2; SW&NE% 6-39-1B; SW^SE% 31-40 1B (163.38 A.) C. M.—Idaho Garage & Mo,tor Co. to, First Trust & Sayings Bank, Moscow: 2 Oldsraoblles; 2 Nash touring cars; Chevrolet; 1 Nash 2-ton truck; all) supplies, etc. in Idaho Garage at SW OOJ , 0 f 2nd and Washington Strets, Moscow. Idaho, jj, D.—George D. Miles, and Beulah Van Hook, Spokane. ;444444 4 444444444 J. C. vs. * + + + CONTRIBUTION BOX * * '♦♦♦♦♦444 ■' 444444444 BAPTISM DOES NOT MEAN IM yiFRirnw 4 In The Star-Mirror for May 27, 1919, Dr. Marshall gives the impres s i on that "baptize" means immersion, He gives the advice to ask the Greek shiner. This time I shall leave the Greek authors Greek'authorities! church fathers, and reformers out. I shall also pass by the "Greek shin r &rs t £ baptism of Christ Was Christ bao Us 5a by .mSonr it se»s to me I hear all the Baptist, of Moscow I shout out in one accord Yes certain ! T' * • r W ^ ub look at the tes I t' m . on y ln th e case. In Mathew 3:16 11 1S u W J?^ e 5' Jesus, when he was aptized, went up straightway , from the water This does not prove I immersion. We do not read about | John waiding out into the water, and i ^ bere grabbed hold of Christ and ixn o mersed him. It is only one we read ■ about that was in th / water . Ho ° could John immerse Christ when he was not in the water? No Baptist can prove by the Bible that John was in the water. You Baptists will say that Jesus "went up from the water." Therefore he was immersed. No, by no means! When Jesus went up from the water he only went up on the beach from which he had gone down into the water. A Lutheran pastor j once in the east baptized a young man in the water. The young man j stood a few inches into the water, I bowed his head farward and the pas tor took water in his hand and poured water on his head, but he was not immersed. And he also "went I U P from the water," but no dip. | St. Luke is the "Greek shiner" in the New Testament and in Acts 1:5 Jesus says: "For John indeed baptiz with water." And in Luke 3:16 John Isays: 'Indeed baptize you with wat ! er." This expression "with water" is j .. . , . . i the natuhe of means or nature of I strument - And if Dr. Marshall is a j "Greek shiner" then he knows that I this expression will not admit im 1 mersion into water. If "Baptize" "?. an f s to immerse then we could sub I stlt ute immersion for "baptize," then means " ir ", merse t with water." To immerse with watetr is something which no Baptist minister ever has done, for the simple reason it ts impps sihle to immerse with water. If yon do " ot Helieve it, just try if you can w* 0 There is a painting in the catecomb of Rome which represents ^ baptism °f Christ There John stands on the shore, Jesus stands a ^ ew inches into the water and he takes water in his hand and pours on the head of Jesus. This painting corresponds with the text of Mat. 3:16. whose parents' lived at the time Je Jesus was baptised. If Jesus had in This painting is from the year There were then people living been baptized by immersion then this painting could not have been painted the way it was. The people would have protested. ^ as E au ^ baptized by immersion? î n Acts 9:11 we read that Paul was in the house of Judas and in Acts 9:18 we read; "And he arose and was ba P tized -" The Greek word for "arose" does not mean "to come for ward" as we read in The Star-Mirror about the two pews full of people in the Baptist church. It only means to arise, to stand up. Paul had been sitting or lying on a bed. He was baptized while standing on the floor in the house of Judas. All peoqle in j Moscow can see how Paul could be : baptized by pouring or sprinkling j while standing, but I do doubt that there is one person, even at the uni versity, who can see how Paul could be immersed while standing on the floor iij the house of Jude,s. The evi dences in the case açe all against the theory of immersion. Were the "about three thousand" at Penticost in Jerusalem baptized by immersion? If they were imm sed where was the lake or river? It is not said that they all departed for baptism. Were they immersed in the pool called Bethesta. pool was so small and deep that Dr. Carson, the greatest Baptist defender of immersion must confess that it was so difficult to get into it that he could not prove that two could enter at once. That pool was a receptical of blood of the animals sacrificed so the Jews did not feel inclined to be bap tized in such a place even if it had been possible. Kedron was quite a distance away, and that was often dry. If the 3000 had been baptized by immersion then it would have been impossible to have them all bap tized "in that day." But by sprink- ; ling and pouring they could easily obtain the water and baptize them all. The evidences in the case are all against immersion. Was the jailer baptized by immer sion ? Not if we shall go by the evidences in the record. er That tVM > ML%V n V t AAAAAA,■ j ^^^♦^^^^♦^♦^♦^♦ # VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV^ Baby Carriages Go-Carts, Sulkies , r IN REED, REED FIBRE AND METAL AND WOOD CONSTRUC TION. IN GRE V, IVORY, NATURAL AND BLACK. PRICES VERY REASONABLE. SEE THE WINDOW DISLAT. COMPLETE FURNITURE DEPARTMENT, SECOND FLOlAt. DAiVIDS é "House Furnishers* I : ! *♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦***♦*♦*♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦ ! , , , . ., * P ? U a on? Silas had been in the pSn dJre 1Ä fesSe Î -And he took thtm the same hour 0 f ^f e night andwa^hedtheîr stripes s^Vrasf as s .r? £ t f ä dlstanc f, t0 . a rlve ^ or mKe zo im ÄÄtÄ Sh£ " ï„d £ leased them and in verse 39 we see the magistrates did not come and "brought them out. washed their stripes, as soon as he bad washed their stripes. The jailer was baptized, he and all his, imme d i a t e lv. The jailer This baptism could very well be administered "immediately" by pouring. Perhaps the water with which they were baptized was in the same vessel in which the water was With which the jailer washed the stripes of Paul and Silas. The cir cumstantial evidences are against immersion. If "baptizo" did not mean anything else than to "immerse" then the word "baptizo" could not be used inter changably with "nipto," which does not mean to immerse but to wash the hands and feet. We find that word THREE OLDSMOBILES * SOLD IN THE PAST WEEK TO REPRESENTATIVE LATAH NO HIGHER RECOMMENDATION' FOR THIS, THE BEST GENERAL CAR ON THE MARKET, COULD THESE CARS AVERE BOUGHT BY MEN WHO COUNTY FAMILIES. BE WRITTEN. KNOW WHAT GOOD CARS ARE AND AYANTE D THE BEST AND II They Got the Very Best < WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF PARTS FOR ALL CARS, OILS, ACCBSSOBtCES, (GAS, TIRES, TUBES, SPARK PLUGS, ETC, AND ALSO HAVE THE SOLE AGENCY FOR THE i w CALL AND LOOK THROUGH OUR STOCK BEFORE BUY ING A CAR, A TRUCK, A TIRE, A TUBE OR ANYTHING FOR YOUR CAB, The Idaho Garage MOSCOW, IDAHO Corner Second and Washington A. S. POST, Proprietor PHONE 242 FOR ICE A. L. RANSOM .,, . . „ . T , , „ r | mpto in John 13:6. He began to wash the desciples feet," and in Mat. Where it says that Pilate hands. 27:24: took water and washed his There too we find the Greek "nipto." In Mat. 15:2 and Mark 7:2 tells about hand washing before meals. In Luke 11:38 we read: "And when the Pharisee saw it, he marvelled that he had not first bathed himself be fore dinner." Here we have the word "baptize." Now if Luke, the Greek shiner," of the New Testament had thought that "baptizo" meant only to immerse, do you think he would have used that word "baptizo?" No. Do you think that J:he Jews did im merse themselves every time they had a meal? No, they did not immerse themselves more before meals than Dr. Marshall does immerse himself when he washes his hands before meals. This will have to suffice. But I suggest to the local Baptist pastor at Moscow that we decide on some time in which he and I give a public lecture and invite all who care to come and listen. You speak for immersion and I against. Yours, REV. N. J. HOLM, Clarkston, Wash. Norwegian Lutheran Pastor.