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The DAILY STAR-MIRROR
Published every evening except Sun
day, at Moscow, Idaho.
GEO. N. LAMPHERE, Publisher.
The Official Newspaper of the City of
Moscow.
Entered
Oct. 16, 1911, at the postoffice of
Moscow, Idaho, under the Act of Con
gress of March, 1879.
as second-class matter
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Delivered by carrier to any part of
- (be city:
tmr Month ..
Three Months
Six Months .
Ont Year ...
gQ c
$1.50
2.75
6.00 I
By Mail
{outside of city and on rural routes:)
Per Month .40c I
....$1.16
.... 2.25
Three Months....
Six Months .
One Year .
4.00
The (Weekly) Idaho Post:
Per Year
$1.50
MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Associated Press is exclusively
entitled to the use for republication
«f all news-dispatches credited to it
or not otherwise credited in this paper
and also the local news published
Hierein.
All rights of republication of
■pedal dispatches herein are also -re
served.
f BREEDING GOOD CATTLE
1 Some amusing comments made by
people with little knowledge of the
subject under discussion have been
made about Mr. Williamson's recent
purchases of high priced cattle. Some
of these people seem to think that a
man who pays $1000 or more for a
cow, is "stung. 1
marks are made by people who know
nothing of the livestock business and
Of course such re
the high prices paid for good ani
mals, "bred in the purple" as they say
of the aristocrats of the show rings.
A sale of Jersey cattle, the pretty
little cows fit only for one purpose—
to give rich milk—held at Carlton,
Oregon last Monday gives some idea
of what men who know the value of
well bred cattle are willing to pay
for cows that have the. proper breed-1
ing. One cow sold for $5,100 at the
Carey sale of Jerseys at Carlton, Ore
®on, Monday, and her calf, only 10
days old, sold for $2,100. At this sale j
34 head of Jerseys, bred by Mr. Ca- :
rey, sold for $37,000, or more than :
$1100 per head, which includes calves
from 10 days to a few months old.
Elsewhere in this issue we publish !
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Angus cow for $7,200 at Holbrok,
Iowa, on May 22, when 47 females of
the Angus breed sold for an average
of $2,683 per head. They were all
purebred, registered cattle, with fine
pedigrees and were bought by men
who have made fortunes in raising
such stock.
Another article in this issue tells
of a sale of Jersey cattle at Albany,
Oregon, where 50 head, including
calves, brought an average of $345.60
per head. This was the sale of Henry
Stewart, and all of the cattle, with
a single exception, were bred and rais
ed on his farm, the total amount re
ceived at this sale was $17,276, not a
bad sale for one man, when he had
raised all of the cattle but one on his
little farm.
The man who goes into the cattle
business and breeds the very best
that can be'secured, let them be Here
fard, Angus, Galloway, Shorthorns,
Holsteins, Jerseys, Guernseys, Alder-,
neys or any other breed, so they are
purebred and carry the best blood of
their breeds, is certain to make a
fortune in a very few years,
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There is a grim meaning in the
statement from London that the big
British dirigible "may fly eastward
instead of westward next Monday."
It would be a far greater honor and
service to the world if the big balloon
•were to sail over Berlin and drop a
few bombs just to let the German ;
people who backed the kaiser in his
cruel war as long as there was any |
hope o£ winning, know what had been |
done to London and Paris and other j
centers of population in the allied
■countries. j
P* X»
There are several reasons against
printing the full text of the treaty
with Germany, as it has escaped out
•i the political Pandora box. One
■» that there are 75,000 words of it.
Another is that its genuineness has to
"b* taken on trust, and the trust is
nt a very secure one. And the last
I» that the President of the United
XMWtea has depreciated the publica
tifen, as contrary to the best interests
af the country, andl that should be
'■Onal.—Christian Science Monitor.
i Hn kK.
,If war- against Germany is résum
ai Monday, we misjudge the ehar
stter of the allied airmen if some of
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tB hiding, and drop a few bombs on
„koUû,
the castle tnat gives nim snelter. rewl
Sien would be able to resist the temp-I
y
tation to do this if they had the op
tibem do not fly over Amerongen,
Holland, where the former kaiser is
portunity.
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Rain is needed here but rain will
come in time to save the crop. That
te the prediction of farmers and oth
■ers who have lived long in the Palouse
■country. The prospect has not been
to see America wrecked in an attempt
to save Germany. But there isn't
any chance of succeeding in either.
Wallace Press-Times.
Kansas IS complaining of too much
mi - , , , ,
That state which has been dry j
encouraging for the past ten days
but it is better in I>atah county than
in many places in the northwest,
psa m m
There seems to be a class of people
in the United States who are willing
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rain.
for 39 years might divide with Idaho
and other states in the northwest not
so accustomed to drouth as the "Sun
flower" state.
Now that the senate has been pro
vided with copies of the peace treaty
it is doubtful if many of them will
read the full text.—Wallace Press
Times.
NEW CANDY FACTORY
HAS OPENED IN MOSCOW
Moscow has a new industry that
will appeal to the women and chil
dren. It is a candy factory which will
produce as good candies as can be
had anywhere. H. C. (better known as
"Hi.")Manning and his son, Ben S.
the
They have opened a shop in the cool,
clean basement in the brick building
just north of the Idaho hotel, and
their candies will be sold by W. F.
Myrick, of the Palace of Sweets. "Hi"
Manning is a pioneer of the Palouse
country and has made candy for a
third of a century. He made candies
for Dutton, at Pullman until "Dut
*' on s cand ' es became known through
out this country. He recently decid
ed that Moscow offered a good open
ing ^ or a cand y factory and came
here ' He has alread y be S un busi '
ness and b * s car *di es . surpassed by
none in the northwest, can be found
at the Palace of Sweets.
DDorvTr V a-. A rrurnm
RECENTLY GATHERED
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^ resb > made every day by an expert,
and will commend themselves to the
They are
P e °P le of Moscow who know what
S°°d candies are. Moscow welcomes
Manning & Son and their candy fac
tor y and wd * £* ve tbem a good pat
rona g e -
VIOLA VIOLETS
The farmers north and east or Vio
la have lately organized a telephone
company and have built a line (No.
! 27) into Palouse by way of West
Cove neighborhood.
The recent hailstorm did consider
able damage but crops are not ruined.
Alfalfa harvest is beginning.
Strawberries are ripening.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Chaney have
gone for an extended visit with
friends in Moscow, Troy, American
Ridge and possibly other points.
Miss Nellie Williams has gone to
; Canada to spend the summer with
her sister, Mrs. Ralph Oliver.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown spent
I Sundaÿ with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Mathews.
! Curtis Summers is expected home
soon from California and Oregon.
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Adventist Meetings.
The Adventists have erected a tent
on the vacant lot in the rear of the
Steel building, corner First and
Washington, and will begin
0 f revival meetings there next Sun
evening, June 22. The meetings
will be in charge of Revg s w _ Mun .
ro anc j g Ochs,
a senes
The meetings
will continue until July 2, and longer
if tjie interest justifies. Only eve
ning meetings will be held,
Film Makes Big Record.
Robertson-Cole has issued a state
ment contending that Exhibitors Mu
tuai has sold more rebookings on "The
Turn in the Road" than has been cred
ited any other motion picture this
year. Scores of theaters which have
shown this production are arranging
return engagements. This picture is
to be shown at the Orpheum tonight
and Saturday.
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(UNE 26 IS THE SAY
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That: Pur
su Pant to Bond Resolution No. 1 of the Board
of Commissioners of PRINCETON-HAH
VARD HIGHWAY DISTRICT, LATAH
CO.UNXW ''"'TATE OF IDAHO, passed and
approved onthe 7th day of June, 1919, a
Special Flection will he hekl m said district
on the 28th day of June, 1919, for the pur-J
pose of submitting to the qualified electors
of said District, who are residents therein, the
question and proposal of authorizing the
Board of Commissioners of said highway dis
f r j c t t 0 issue negotiable coupon bonds ot said
'Strict in the principal sum of $110.000.00 ;
that such bonds shall bear interest at a rate
not to exceed 6 per cent per annum, pay
able semi-annually, until such bond*, pnnei
pal and interest are completely paid and re
deemed; that the proceeds of the sale of the
bonds , shall be devoted to constructing, im
proving and repairing highways within the
1 ' t ri; . to the purenase of materials and
machinery therefor, and to the payment of
the necessary expenses of the ««strict in con
nc-ct.on therewith lint there shall be live pre
cincts and five polling [daces in the said dis
trict, as follows, to-wit: j
ELECTION PRECINCT NUMBER ONE
SHALL EMBRACE:
All the lands and territory included within
the following boundaries:
PRECINCT NUMBER ONE.
Beginning at the Southwest corner of Town
ship forty-one (41) North Range four (4)
W. B. M. ; thence running North five (5) miles
to the Northwest corner of Section seven (7),
Township forty-one (41) North, Range four
(4) W. B. M.; thence East one (1) mile to
the Northeast corner of Section seven (7),
(^T'wTn.T^Tthencè 5 South h 'oneSSf (A)
garter ofTection "csb
township forty-one (41) North, Range four
(4) W. B. M.; thence East one (1) mile to
the center of the Section line between Scc
lions eight (8) and nine (9), Township forty
one (41) North. Range four (4) W. B. M.;
thence South six and one-half (6'A) miles to
the Southeast corner of Section eight (8),
Township forty (40) North, Range tour (4)
W. B. M.; thence West one (1) mile on the
South bonudary_ line to the Southwest cor
of Section eight (8), Township forty (40)
North, Range four (4) W. B. M. ; thenc
North two (2) miles to the Southeast carper
of Section thirty-one (31), Township forty
one (41) North, Range four (4) W. B. M. ;
thence West one (1) mile to the point of be
ginning
a I Til i , • , r .as
And, the place designated for the bolding of
such election in Precinct Number One, and as
î> he , V ^! ng , p J a £ e , ln TT such Precinct isj. Lower
Rock C reek School House, within the limits of
sa: Sr ,, rTwnrn !
PRECINCT NUMBER TWO .
An il EMBRACE: .. I
All the lands and territory included with
in the B° u Çdanes: ■
j, . PRECINCT NUMBER TWO. |
*f ,nn i ng at the Northeast corner of the j
Northwest quarter (NWJ4) of Section seven
(7), lownship forty-one (41) North, Range
onc'hal^ (U) mile tî thf *sS
■ (6) TownThiD forty oneI4H North I
Range Iou hTW BM lhent West one i
fourth («) m.le; thence' North one fourth
VA) niile; thence West one-fourth (A) mile j :
the township line between ranges four j .'
(4) and five (5), Township forty-one (41) ;
North, Range four (4) W B. M.; thence 1 :
Northwest corner of Section seven (7),
Township forty-two (42) North, Range four
(4) W. B. M.; thence East one (1) mile to
the Southwest corner of Section five (5).
lownship forty-two (42) North, Range four
(4) W B M • thence North one-half (U1
mile to' the Northwest corn« of the SouTh
west quarter (SWkt) of Section five (5),
Township forty-two (42) North, Range four
(4) W. B. M. ; thence East one (1) mile to
the Southwest corner of the Northwest quar
ter (NWJ4) Section four (4) Township
forty-two (42) North, Range four (4) W.
B. At.: thence North to the Northwest corner
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of Section four (4), Township forty-two (42)
North, Range four (4) W. B. M.; thence East
ile along the township line between
townships forty-two (42) and forty-three (43)
to the Southeast corner of Section thirty-three
(33), Township forty-three (43) North, Range
four (4) W. B. M.; thence North one ( 1
mile to the County line between Latah and
Benewah Counties; thence East three (3)
O)
miles along said county line to the Northeast
corner of Section thirty-six (36), Township
forty-three (43) North. Range four (4) W.
B. M.; thence South (4) miles on the Town
ship line betjveen ranges three and four and
thirteen (13), Township forty-two (42) North,
Range four (4) W. B. M.; thence West tw-o
(2) miles to the Southwest corner of Section
Township forty-two (42)
North, Range four (4) W. B L M. ; thence
South
ner of the Northeast quarter (NEkO of Sec
tion twenty-two (22), Township forty-two (42)
North, Range four (4) W. ß. M. Thence
West one-half (y 2 ) mile to the center of Sec
tion twenty-two (22), Township forty-two (42)
North, Range four (4) W. B. M.; thence
South one (1) mile to the center of Sec
[ tion twenty-seven (27), lownship forty-two
! (42) North, Range four (4) W. B. M.; thence
1 VVest OI l e O) mile to the center of Section'
twenty-eight (28), Township forty-two (42)
North, Range four (4) W. B. Al.; thence
South one (1) mile to the ccrffer of Sec
tion thirty-three( 33), Township forty-two
(42) North, Range four (4) W. B. M.;
thence West one-half ( x / 2 ) mile to the South
east corner of the Northeast quarter (NEJ4)
fourteen
(14),
-half VA)
ile to the Southeast cor
of Section thirty-two (32), Township forty-two
(42) North, Range four (4) W.
thence South two
B. M.;
(2) miles to the Southeast
corner of the Northeast quarter (NEJ4) of
Section eight (8), Township forty-one (41)
North, Range four (4) W. B. M.; thence
West one (1) mile to the Southeast corner |
of the Northeast quarter (NEJ4) of Section
seven (7), Township forty-one (41) North, 1
Range four (4) W. B. M-; thence North one- !
half ( y 2 ) mile to the Northeast corner of j
Section seven (7), Township forty-one (41)
North, Range four (4) W. B. M., thence
West one-half (y 2 ) mile to the point of be
ginning.
And, the polling place for Precinct Number ;
Two is hereby designated to be at Onaway ;
School House, within the limits of said pre- '
cinct.
And, the polling place for Precinct Number
Two is hereby designated to be at Onaway j
School House, within the limits of said pre
cinct.
ELECTION PRECINCT NUMBER THREE
SHALL EMBRACE:
All the lands and territory included within
the following boundaries:
PRECINCT NUMBER THREE. ,
Beginning at the Northwest corner of Sec
tion seven (7), Towriship forty-two (42)
North, Range four (4) W. B. M.; thence run- !
ning North five (5) miles along the Town- |
ship line between ranges four (4) and five (5) i
to the Northwest corner of Section eighteen j
(18), Township forty-three (43) North, Range j
four (4) W. B. M.; thence following tne j
county line between Latahand Benewah
Counties in a Southeasterly direction to the
Northeast corner of Section twenty-eight (28), |
Township forty-three (43) North,'Range four i
(4) W. B. M.; thence South two (2) miles |
to the Southeast corner of »Section thirty-three !
(33); Township 43 North, Range 4 W. B. i
M. ; thence West one (1) mile to the Nprth
west corner of Section four (4), Township 1
forty-two (42) North, Range 4 W. B. M.; i
thence South one-half ($4) mile to the South- i
west corner of the Northwest quarter (NWJ4) '
of Section four (4), Township forty-two (42) \
North. Range four (4) W.B. M. ; thence West i
one (1) mile to the Northwest corner of the j
Southwest quarter (SWJ4) of Section five i
(5) , Township forty-two (42) North, Range
four (4) W. B. M.; thence South one-half 1
( l / 2 ) mile to Southwest corner of Section 5,!
Township forty-two (42) North, Range four
(4) W. B. M.; thence West one (1) mile :
to the point of beginning.
And, the polling place for Precinct Number !
Three is hereby designated to be at .East
Deep Creek School House, within the limits j
of said precinct.
And, the polling place for Precinct Number ;
Three is hereby designated to be at .East
Deep Creek School House, within the limits ;
of said precinct.
ELECTION PRECINCT NUMBER FOUR
SHALL EMBRACE:
All the lands and territory included within :
the following boundaries:
PRECINCT NUMBER FOUR.

Beginning at the Southeast corner of Sec
tion (8), North,
Hai\ge tour (4) W. B. M. ; thence North eight
and one-half (8J4) miles to the Northeast cor
ner of the Southeast quarter (SE}4) of Sec
tion thirty-two, (32) township iorty-two (42)
North, Range four (4), W. B, M.; thence East
one-half (} 6 ) mile to the center of Section
thirty-three (33) Township forty-two (42)
North, Range four (4) W. B. M.; thence!
North one (1) mile to the center of Section
twenty-eight (28), Township forty-two ( 42
North, Range four (4) W. B. M. ; then«
East one (1) mile to the center of Section
twenty-seven (27), Township forty-two C42)
North, Range four (4) W. B. M.; thflfc
North one (1) mile to tbe^ center of Sec
tion twenty-two (22), Township forty-two ( 42
North, Range four (4) \\L B. M.; raence East
one-half (Vi) mile'to the Southeast. corner of
the Northeast quarter (NÊJ4) of Section
twenty-two (22), Township forty-two ( 42
(4) W. B. M. ; then«
North, Range four
North one-half (^)mile to the Northeast cor
ner of the Northeast quarter (NEJ4) of Sec
tion twenty-two (22), Township fortv-two
(42) North, Range four (4) W. ß. M.; thence
East two (2) miles to the Southeast corner
of Section thirteen (13), Township forty-two
(42) North, Range four (4) W. B. M.; tnence
South eleven (11) miles following the town-j
ship line between ranges three (3) and four
(4) to the Southeast corner of Section twelve
(12), Township forty (40) North, Range four!
(4) W. B. M. : thence West four (4) mile»
along the boundary line of said district to the
point of beginning.
And, the polling ph
Four is hereby designated to be at Princeton
School House, within the limits of said pre
cinct.
PRECINCT NUMBER FIVE shall
brace a |i (he land and territory included with
, n t j fe following boundaries:
Beginning at the Southwest corner of Sec
, ion seven (71. Township forty (401 North,
|< ange three (31 W. B. M.: thence North fif
-een (151 miles to the Northwest corner of
g thirtv-one (311. Township forty-three
(43) North Range three (3) W. B. M.t thence
Kast a | )0 „ t , we l v e (!2) miles along the coun
t linc betwee Latah and. Benewah Comities
fA ,j, e Northeast corner of Section thirty-six
(36), Township forty-three (43) North, Range
for Precinct Number
two (2) W. B. M. ; thence South seven (7)
miles to the Southeast corner of Section
thirty-six (36), Townshi
North, Range two (2)
West six (6) miles to the Southwest corner
of Section thirty-one (31), Township forty-two
(42) North, Range two (2) W. B. M.; thence
South two (2) rr : lcs to the Southeast corner
of Section twelve (12), Township forty-one
(41) North, Range three (3) W.
thence West two (2) miles to the Southwest
corner of Section eleven (11), Township
forty-one (41) North, Range three O) W. B.
M. ; thence South one (1) mile to me South
east corner of Section fifteen (15), Town
(41) North, Range three (3)
forty-two (42)
B. M. ; thence
ft.
B. M.;
ship forty-.
W. B. M. ; thence West two (2) ales to the
Southwest corner of Section sixteen 06),
Township forty-one (41) North. Range itorce
(3) W. B. M.; thence South tour (4> *'
to the Southeast corner of Section five
Township forty (40) North, Rtnge three
W. B. M. ; thejicc East cue (1) mile to the
Northeast corner of Section nine (9), Town
ship forty (40) North, Range three (3) W.
B. M.; thence South one (1) mile to the
Southeast corner of. Section nine (9), Town
ship forty (40) North, Range three (3> W. B.
M.; thence West about three (3) miles to the
point of beginning.
And the j)lacc designated for the holding of
such election in Precinct Number Five and
the voting place in such precinct is the
Stewart and Smith Hall, at Harvard, within
the limits of said precinct.
That the polls will be open for such elec
tion at the hour of eight o'clock in the fore
noon of said day, and shall remain contfnu
ously open from that time until seven o'clock
in the afternoon. Such election shall be
conducted as nearly as practicable in accord
ance with the general election laws of the
State of Idaho. Said election shall be by
ballot and the ballots shall be in substantially
the following form, to-wit:
SPECIAL BOND ELECTION HELD •
PRINCETON-HARVARD HIGH- :
1 WAY DISTRICT. LATAH COUNTY,;
Biles
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= STATE OF IDAHO, JUNE 28 1919 ;
j : Mark your ballot m the circle opposite •
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; ^ }- A\ CF Oî-issuing
1 : amount of $11°,000 for the purpo^s stat- :
I i SL ifVrAnwV nrtTBIPT •
I ; 1 HARVARD HIGHW.'
, TAIAH COUNTY, IDAHO, pass- ,
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: 2/ 31)0,000 for the purposes stated m .
1 Bond Resolution No. 1 of PRINCETON- ■
| : _ HARVARD HIGHWAY DISTRICT j
: L^TAH , COUNTY, IDAHO, pass- .
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Given under the direction of the Board
of Commtesioners of PRINCETON-HAR
VARD HIGHWAY DISTRICT, . LATAH
CÖUNTA, STATE OF IDAHO, this 7th day
f June, A. D. 1919.
bonds to the ;
Secretary, Princeton-I
trict, L atah County, Sta te ot

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Idaho.
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MARKETS
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thus giving the public the accurate
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Quotations in all Classes «1 grain.
produce and meats._

LATAH COUNTY
TITLE & TRUST COMPANY
Abstracts of Title Conveyancing
Mortgage Loans
Thompson Insurance Agtmey
Fire Insurance, Automobile and
Plate Glass Insurance, Fidelity and
Casualty Bonds
J. G. Vennigerholz, Prwp.
Moscow, Idaho.
Monuments
GEO. H. MOODY,
Moscow, Idaho
wishes to announce to those
who are going to have monu
ments erected before Decora
tion Day
To place their orders as early
as convenient in order to get
their work and avoid any de
lay. My stock of monuments is
very complete at this time and
at the moat reasonable prices.
We also carve U. S. Service
Emblem for soldiers. Would
iijvite you to call at my store
and select the work yon wish
to purchase.
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Hay and Grain.
Wheat, Marquis, bulk.
Wheat, Bluestem No. 1, bulk,
net. delivered to warehouses.. 2.15
Wheat, Bluestem No. 1, sacked
net, delivered to warehouses.. 2.20
Wheat. Fortyfold, No. 1, bulk
net, delivered to warehouses.. 2.16
Wneait, Fortyfold, No. 1. s'k'd
net, delivered to warehouses.. 2.20
Wheat, White Club. No. 1, bulk
net, delivered to warehouses.. 2.16
Wheat, White Club, No. 1, sTc'd
net, delivered to warehouses.. 2.20
Wheat, Red Russian. No. 1. blk
net, delivered to whses... [email protected]
Wheat Red Russian, No. 1 skd
net, del. to whses
No. 1 Feed Oats, sacked, per
cwt net. Delivered to ware
houses .. 2.66
No. 1 Timothy Hay, per ton... .f81.00
White Beans, per pound.
Produce.
Eggs, per dozen..........
$2.16
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Hotel Moscow
TOM WRIGHT, Prop.
Thoroughly Modern
FIRST CLASS GRILL
** AUTO BUS AT ALL TRAINS
HEADQUARTERS FOR NO. 1
HARNESS
SHOES
Full line of TRUNKS and
SUIT CASES
go to
J. N. FRIEDMAN
HARNESS SHOP
MAKER OF CLOTHES FOR THE
MAN WHO KNOWS
Order Now
O. H. SGHWARZ
TAILOR
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
DR. JOHN W. STEVENSON—Eye
Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses
Fitted. Office, New Creighton Bldg.,
corner Third and Main. Phone 177.
DR. F. M. LEITCH—Physician, Com
mercial Bldg. Phone 223Y.
DR. W. A. ADAIR — Physician,
Creighton, Blk. Phone 86.
OSTEOPATH
DR. W, M. HATFIELD—Osteopath,
Creighton Bldg. Phone 48.
DENTISTS
DR. J. A. MeDANIEL, Dentist, First
Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 229.
LAWYERS
MORGAN & BOOM—Attorneys^ Ur
quhart Bldg. Phone 75.
A H. OVERSMITH —Atttorney-at
Law, Urquhart Bldg. Phone 208.
ORLAND & LEE — Attorneys-at-Law,
First Natl. Bank Bldg. Phones Or
land 104. Lee 104L.
GUY' W. WOLFE—Attorney. 110 East
Second St. Phone 17R.
JOHN NISBET—Attorney-at-law, 1st
Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 131J.
IMPROVEMENT PARLOR
MAfclE SHANNON.—Rooms 18 and
Phone 122J.
19 Urquhart Bldg.
Shampooing, massage and manicur
ing.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
CREEKMUR'S BUSINESS COL
LE®— Phone 106L or 147L.
TAXI CAB
FOR THE BEST TAXI SERVICE—
Phone 300.
NEELY & SON — PHONE 51
at the old prices
ARCHITECTS
C. RICHARDSON,
Skattaboe Blk., phone 200.
Woodworking and Cabinet-Maker
H. O. FIELD—Ph. 122L. 107 S. Wash.
VETERINARY
DR. E, T. BAKER, VETERINARIAN.
Sixth and Washington. Phone 243.
DR. J. D. ADAMS—Veterinarian. Dr.
J. S. Thompson in charge. Phone
121-L. '
-AKCOMTO
CHAS. E. WALKS—Auctioneer, Unpi
hart BA|d. Phone 2?&
cSSîSSSŸ
MOSCOW CREAMERY — 66 cents
paid for butter fat. Ice cream, bulk
and brick in cold storage.
PRAY LINES
MOSCpW TRANSFER CO.—Craig
and Metlock. Agents Continental
Oil Company. Phone 19R. _
»AINTING, KALSOMINING. PAPER
HANGING AND SIGNS
PHONE 34-J.
CALL 137J for Paper Hanging, Cal
cimining. Painting. Estimates free.
Piano tuning, first class work,
PKone lSb-W. F. L. Allen.
Butter, creamery, per pound
Butter, ranch, per pound....
Potatoes, per cwt.
Spring chickens, per lb.
Hens, live wt.
Old Boosters, per lb .
Hogs, live wt., light, lb.
60c
...60c
75o
30c
. [email protected]
,. [email protected]
[email protected]&c
Hogs, live wt., heavy, lb... ,[email protected]%c
Hogs, dressed, heavy, per [email protected]
Hogs, dressed, light, per lb
23c
Veal, live wt., per lb.
Veal, dressed, per lb.
Spring lambs, per lb.
Mutton, per lb.
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
.. [email protected]
CLASSIFIED ADS
HELP WANTED—Male
WANTED
TWO EXPERIENCED
grocery men. Call at once. Davids'.
226
WANTED—TRUCK DRIVER, Posi
tion permanent. Call Hagan & Cuijb
ÜI
Ing Co.
WANTED—A YOUNG MARRIED MAN
with small family, permanent posi
tion good salary. House rent include
ed. Inquire Hagan & Cushing Co.
224« V
*
FOR RENT—Rooms
ROOMS FO RRENT, ALSO SUITE OP
rooms, sleeping porch, hot and cold
water; prices reasonable. 425 East
Third St. Mrs. D. Urquhart.
225-0
TWO FURNISHED
rooms, south front. Phone 144J.
_ 201tf
FOR RENT
FOR RENT—FURNISHED APART
ments and furnished rooms. Private
Bath. Phone 9006.
123tf
FOR RENT—FURNISHED APART
ments and furnished rooms at
Eggan's apartments. Phone 206H.
231-tf
FOR RENT—Houses
FOR RENT—AN UP-TO-DATE 7
room house. Plenty of shade. Phone
187W. Home at Monroe and First
224tf
St,
r
FOR RENT.—AN EIGHT ROOM
I modern house, on Deakin Ave., east
of dormitory. Phone 170J
83-tf
FOR SALE—Real Estate
FOR SALE—160 ACRES, 5 MILES
from good town, all nearly level
land. 70 acres under plow, 30 acres
winter wheat, good stand, 16 acres
timothy and balance spring crop, or
chard .plenty water. One-third crop
to buyer. Good 6-room house, bam
and other buildings, at $60 per- acre.
Easy terms. See E. B. Ostroot, Phone
19J.
224-6
FOR SALE OR TRADE—320 ACRES,
6 miles from a good railroad town
in Alberta, nearly all under plow,
good buildings and a nice home for
$37.50 per acre. May consider a small
property or some timber land as part 4
payment. See E. B. Ostroot, Phone
19J. _ 224-6
FOR SALE—120 ACRES, 3 MILES
from Troy, 30 acres in crop, much
fine saw timber, land lies good, close
to school, R. F, D., 7-room new house,
good barn, other buildings, fine or
chard, plenty water, for $5000, easy
terms.
See E. E. Ostroot, Phone 19J.
224-6
FOR SALE — BAND Y FIYE-ROOM
home, two acres, reasonable. Will
take late model car in part payment.
Add ress Box 136. Phone 290R. _
FORBENT—Houses ~
178tf
FOR RENT—STRICTLY MODERN 6
room house on paved street, (no
heat), now being fully repaired, paint,
paper and plumbing. Will be ready
for occupant by the 23d. Rent $20.
224-6
C. H. Patten.
FOR SALE—Livestock
FOR SALE, A SPAN OF HORSES
in good shape, 9 and 10 years old
will work any place. $150 together;
also plow harness. Phone 9127.
#
220-226
FOR SALE, TEAM, HARNESS AND
Madison Lumber Co. 220-tf
wagon.
FOR SALE—TEAM, HARNESS AND
wagon. Madison Lumber Co. 2)9tf
FOR SALE—HAVING PURCHAS
ed a tractor, I have some A No. 1
horses for sale . Also some good hay.
Both prices right. Phone
Harry Haynes.
904xx3
219-225
SOME A1 DRAFT TEAMS WELL
mare or geldings. Call 9251. James
H. Dye, Box 308._180-tf
FOR SALE-^Miscellaneous
FOR SALE—RHODES COMBINED
harvester. H. C. Bowers. Phone
223-9
9040.
FQR SALE—A 7-FT. CUT GOOD RB
pair Deering binder. Phone 896x1.
_ 221-7
SMALL THRESHING
FOR SALE
outfit engine, can be seen at U. of I.
heating plant. Address J. T. Allen,
221-7
Palouse, Wash.
FOR SALE—FIVE PASSENGER
Touring car in first class condition.
Cheap if taken at once. Inquire of
Mr. J. W. Yates, 620 So. Wash. St.
220-tf
FOR SALE—DONART'S HOUSE OF
Flowers, one of the best flower
shops in the city of Spokane.
Is a gjreat opportunity for anyone
wishihg to get into the flower busi
ness. As I have a large greenhouse In
Coeur d'Alene, which takes all of my
time I am offering this shop for sale.
This
Price $8000. half cash, balance to
suit the purchaser.
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