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The DAILY STAR-MIRROR
Published every evening except Sun
day, at Moscow, Idaho,
G£Q. N. LAMPHERE, Publisher.
«k« Official Newspaper of the City
Moscow.
Entered
Oct. 16, 1911, at the postoffice of
Moscow, Idaho, under the Act of Con
SCC88 of March, 1879.
as second-class matter
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Delivered by carrier to any part of
the city:
re Per Month ..
1 Three Months
4 Six Months
50c
$1.60
2.75
One Year
i outside of city
'er Month ..
Three Months.
Stx Months . .
One Year
5.00
By Mail
and on rural routes:)
.40c
.$1.15
. 2.26
. 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
of all news-dispatches credited to it
or not otherwise Credited in this paper
•nd also the local news published
therein.
All rights of republication of
special dispatches herein are also re
nerved.
l ~ rTr -'~ l ~-- 1 1 '■
SOME IMAGINARY DANGERS
In the whole course of American
■diplomacy scarcely a treaty has been
made which did not require further
action by congress to put it in effect.
• Every treaty in some manner restrict
ed exercise of national sovereignty,
by binding us to do something which
we should not otherwise have done
t>r not to do something which we
should have done. Because this was
so, the constitutional questions as to
ate to negotiate and ratify such trea
ties have been raised, as to nearly
every treaty, beginning with the pres
idency of George Washington, and
it has been held that they acted with
in their powers, and the
court has sustained that view.
supreme
These facts
brought out by Senator Walsh, of
Montana, in a recent speech on the
of history were
league of nations, and his speech dis
posed of much false alarm about the
league. It has been said that the
league would be a super-sovereign
to which would be transferred some
of the sovereign powers that are en
trusted by the constitution to the
«resident and eonp-ress There is no
president ana congress. mere IS no
Büch transfer. All decisions of the
league involving this country would
have to be followed up by action of
congress to put them into effect. That !
would be true of any action requiring j
appropriation of money, limit of arm- j
ament, raising an army, boycotting a ;
recalcitrant nation, or of a declaration j
of war. Nor is it true that treaties i
have not heretofore been made bind- |
îng us to make war. The treaty of j
Paris in 1898 bound us to maintain i
the independence of Cuba; the Pana- ]
ma treaty binds us to uphold the in-,
dependence of that republic; and we '
maintain
were formerly bound
freedom of transit on the isthmus of j
Panama, an obligation which we were
often called upon to perform by force j
The validity of these trea- j
ipjjg I
to
of arms.
ties has not been questioned,
•difference between them and the
league is that they were agreements
with one nation, while the league is
an agreement with thirty-one nations;
the principle is the same.
In giving authority to the treaty
making body to agree to that which
only congress has authority to do, our |
constitution is not unlike those of j
many other signatories of the cove
nant. They restrict the war-making
• power as carefully as we do, and all
I of them forbid expenditure of money
without authority from the represen
tative body, which restriction alone
, . ,
prevents unauthorized war, but that:
does not prevent treaties which bind,
, . . .. _ •
them to war in certain contmg ce
Though allied with Germany and Aus
tria, Italy through its parliament held
that the contingency requiring it to
. . Al I , , A
30m them had not arisen and re
mained neutral for eight months. In
like manner congress would decide
, , 1
whether its obligation under the COV
onur . f u , „ j :x x j i„ rp w«r
euant bound it to declare wai.
Danger is conjured up that the
United States might be bound to de
clare war or to proclaim a boycot by
tiie votes of the other nations, per
haps so insignificant as Liberia. That
is imposlible undçr the covenant.
Such a decision could be reached only
by the council, which would consist of
tiie five principal allies and four
smaller nations named by the assem
The
My, nd must be unanimous.
(vote of this country alone could pre
_vent unanimity and thus prevent a
■league war. Our position is such
that other nations would vote with us,
for only the survival of a narrowly
nsular view of our national position
;ontinues to draw a sharp dividing
between America and Europe. If
:he war has proved anything, it is
s.hat Britain, France and Italy, to
lay nothing of the smaller allies, are
levoted to democracy as we, and that
he true line of division should have
between democracy and autoc
and
me
«en
acy without regard to oceans
vntinents.
a There is small danger that, if the
nine nations which will compose the
council should agree that occasions
had arisen for war on a recalcitrant
nation, congress would refuse to de
clare war on the offender or that pub
lic opinion would oppose such action.
As now constituted, the council would
include six European, two American
and one Asiatic powers. An offense
against the law of the world must be
most flagrant to draw upon it the con
demnation of all those nations, hav
ing diverse particular interests and
agreeing only on the general prin
ciples which should govern the na
tions. The real danger is that dis
sent by one or two nations might
shield some outlaw nation from well
deserved punishment.
The weakness of much criticism of
the league is that it consists of gene
ral declamation instead of analysis of
the covenant and its effects. Much
of it is demagogic appeal to prejudice,
like Senator Reed's vision of a com
bination of all the colored races
againSte the white race, and much
!
!
more is predicted on a bygone state
of facts. It is a smoke ban-age.
Portland Oregonian.
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FOOLING THE FARMERS
j The strenuous efforts of labor agi
i tutors to get the farmers to allign
themselves with union labor is really
amusing. At the big convention re
cently held in Bellingham, Wash., the
plan to unite the grange, the Farmers
Union, the Patrons of Husbandry and
Ocher farm organizations with the
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi
neers, the Brotherhood of Railway
Trainmen, the metal trades workers
and all of the unionized laborers of
every ilk, including the I. W. W.
the farmers
machines and poisons his stock, was
sprung Some farmers fell for it, but
the majority of our farmers will
never consent to cast their lot with
these people,
The national convention
of the
American federation of labor, held at
Atlantic City, New Jersey, during the
past 10 days, has gone on record as
favoring a ''44-hour week for all la
borers" and it also went on record
as favoring and demanding the or
gunization of farm laboreis into a
union "that they may protect them
selves from long hours and under
P a Y nave the moral support oi
other unionized labor."
What will the farmers think of and
... .
sa y fo that proposition. Imagine our
formers paying a hired man $5 or
$6 per day for eight hours work with
0, dy four hours work on Saturday
(this resolution provides for a half
holiday with full pay, Saturday) and
having a representative of the shin
sie weavers union, or the barbers
um on>
motive engineers, who
know a plow from a combined harv
es ^ e U come ar *d tell him that he must
P a Y his hired man the union scale,
a How him Saturday afternoon off
with full pay, under penalty of strike
during the harvest season ? That is
or the brotherhood of loco
would not
us ^ what will happen to Mr. F armer
^ J°i ns with these men who want
vote, but secretly despise him as
the y do a11 employers of labor.
Ps &a Rs
Moscow should be proud of the rec
ord made by the committee soliciting
funds for the three days celebration
We believe that George Creighton is
right when he says no other town in
the Inland Empire can show a rec
o*d like that made by the committee
which got 87 subscriptions from 87
persons asked-—not one refusing to
subscribe his quota and some offerings
t 0 give double what the committee
1 thought they ought to give.
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BoOze is Not a Good Cure
From the Ames Iowa Intelligencer
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When a man comes to you all dou
bl .ed up with pain and declares he
will die in your presence unless you
' ucuf<s him a dnnk 0 f whiskey, send
| him to a doctor or else give him
dose of Chamberlain's Colic andDiar
ttioea . Remedy. Inere is a mistak
en notion among a whole lot of people
that booze is the beal ren , e dy for colic
and stomach ache. (J)
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NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That: Pur
snrant to Bond Resolution No. 1 of the Board
of Commissioners of PRINCETON-IIAR
\ ARD HIGHWAY DISTRICT, LATAH
COUNTY. STATE OF IDAHO, passed and
approved onthe 7th day of June, 1919, _ a
Special Election will be held in said district
on the 28th day of June, 1919, for the pur
pose of submitting to the Qualified electors
of said District, who are residents therein, the
mesiion and proposal of authorizing the
Board of Commissioners of said highway dis
(riet lo issue, negotiable coupon bonds of said
district in the ,principal sum of $110,000.00;
that such bonds shall bear interest at a rate
not lo exceed 6 per cent per annum, pay
able semi-annually, until such bonds, princi
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
listrict, to the purem
machinery therefor, and to the payment of
the necessary expenses of the district in con
nection therewith that there shall be five pre
cincts and five polling places in the said dis
trict, as follows.
É* -
■half * (Vi)
f the North
rter (NW% I of Section eight
■nship forty-one (41) North, Range four
(4) W. B. M. : thence East one (1) mile to
the center of the Section line between Sec
tions eight (8) and
one Ml).
thence South six and one-half (6 l / 2 )
highways within the
ase of materials and
to-wit:
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 To
ship forty-one (41) North Range four (4)
VV. 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).
Township fortv-one (41) North, Range four
(4) W. B. M.: then
mile to th
th
-1
'est c
T
ine (9), Township forty*
North, Knnpe four (4) VV. R. M.;
iles to
the Southeast corner of Section eight (8),
Township forty (40) North, Range four (4)
W. B. M.; thence West one (1) mile on the
South bonudary line to the Southwest cor
ner of Section eight (8), Township forty (40)
North, Range four (4) W. B. M.; thcnc
North two (2) miles to the Southeast corner
of Section thirty
(31), Township forty -
one (41) North, Range four (4) W. B. M,;
thence West one (1) mile to the point of be
ginning.
And, the place designated for the holding of
such election in Precinct Number One, and as
the voting place in such precinct, is: Lower
Rock Creek School House, within the limits of
•s aid p recinct.
'TTeCTION PRECINCT NUMBER TWO
SHALL EMBRACE;
All the lands and territory included with
in the following boundaries:
PRECINCT NUMBER TWO.
Beginning at the Northeast corner of the
Northwest quarter (NW^) of Section
(7), Township forty-one (41) North, Range
four (4) W. B. M.; thence running North
one-half ( l / 2 ) mile to the center of Section
six (6). Township forty-one (41) North,
Range four (4) W. B. M.; thence West one
fourth (14) mile; thence North one-fourth
ile; thence West one-fourth (%) mile
to the townshi
(4) and five (5), Township forty-o
North, Range four (4) W. B. M. ;
seven
.— v/4/ «4444«. I
ip line between ranges four
(5), Township forty-one (41) I
North, Range four (4) W. B. M.; thence!
North five and one-fourth (5'/ 4 ) miles to the I
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)
Township forty-two
(4) W. B. M.; tl
mile to the Northwest corner of the South- I
west quarter (SW%) of Section five (S), 1
Township forty-two (42) North, Range four j
(4) W. B. M. ; thence East one (1) mile to
west corner of the Northwest quar
ter (NW %) Section four (4) Township
forty-two (42) North, Range four (4) W.
B. AL; thence North to the Northwest corner
of Section four (4), Township forty-two (42)
North, Range four (4) W. B. M.; thence East
one (1) mile 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
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 between ranges three and four and
thirteen (13), Township forty-two (42) North,
Range four (4) W. B. M.; thence West two
(2) miles to the Southwest corner of Section
fourteen
North, Range fo
South one
(! 4 )
;r of Section five (5),
(42) North, Range four
thence North one-half (JS)|
the South
tpr rNW
(3)
p forty-two (42)
_.. 0 _ _ (4) w. B. M.; thence
-half (y 2 ) mile to the Southeast cor- (
of the Northeast quarter (NEJ4) of Sec
tion twenty-two (22), Township forty-two (42)
North, Range four (4) W. B. M. Thenoe
West one-half ( x / 2 ) mile to the center of Sec
tion twenty-two (22), Township forty-two (42)
North, Range four (4) W. B. M. ; thence
South
(14),
Townshi
mile the of Sec
tion twenty-seven (27), Township forty-two
(42) North, Range four (4) W. B. M. ; thence
West
(1) mile to the center of Section
twenty-eight (28), Township forty-two (42)
North, Range four (4) W. B. M.; thence
South one (1) mile to the center of Sec
tion thirty-three( 33). Township forty-two
(42) North, Range four (4) w. B. M.
thence West one-half (i/ 2 ) mile to the South
ofL C crrthfr^to N ?3f) M Tow q n U s a hfp er fo ( rty E ^^
(42) North, Range four (4) w. B. m.;
thence South two (2) miles to the Southeast
corner of. the Northeast quarter (NE *4) of
Section eight (8), Township forty-one (41)
North, Range four (4) W. B. M. ; thence
West one (I) mile to the Southeast corner
of the Northeast quarter (NÈJ4) of Section
seven (7), Township forty-one (41) North,
Range four (4) W. B. M- ; thence North one
ha , r (J<) mUe to the Northeast corlier of
Section seven (7), Township forty-one (41)
! Wes^'one-ITalt (kO mfle the'point of'h*
j 5™*^ poMing p| for Precinct Nurlber
Two is hereby designated to be at Onaway
House ' w,,hin the ,im!ts of 5aid t ' re '
And, the polling place for Precinct Number
Two is hereby designated to be at Onaway
School House, within the limits of said pre
C1 ejection precinct NUMBER THREE
SI ^, L t r h e E ,ands^nd'territory included within
the following boundaries:
PRECINCT NUMBER THREE.
Beginning at the Northwest corner of Sec
tion seven (7), Township 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)
to the Northwest corner of Section eighteen
08), Township forty-three (43) North. Range
four (4) VV. B. M.; thence following the
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
(4) W. B. M. ; thence South two (2) miles
to the Southeast corner of Section thirtv-three
(33); T
M. ; thence West
west corner of Scctio
inship 43 North, Range 4 W. B.
(1) mile to the North
i four (4). Township
forty-two (42) North, Range 4 W. B. M.;
thence South one-half ( J A) mile to the South
west corner of the Northwest quarter (NWî-4) !
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 1
four (4) W. B. M. ; thence South one-half
( l A) mile to Southwest corner of Section 5,
Township forty-two (42) North, Range four
(4) W. B. M. ; thence W«st one (1) mile
to the point of beginning.
And, the polling place for Precinct Number
Three is hereby designated to be at East j
Deep Creek School House, within the limits J
of said precinct.
And, the polling place for Precinct Number J
Three is hereby designated to be at East
Deep Creek School House, within the limits j
of said precinct.
ELECTION PRECINCT NUMBER FOUR i
SHALL EMBRACE:
All the lands and territory included within !
the following boundaries:

ginning at the Southeast corner of Sec
eight (8), Township forty (40) North,
(4) W. B. M.; thence North eight
B
tw
K
Range
and one-balf (8 l / 2 ) miles to the Northeast
lier of the Southeast quarter (SEJ4) of Sec
hirty-two, (32) township forty-two (42)
North, Range four (4), W. B. M.; thence East
one-half (y 2 ) mile to the center of Section
i 03) Township forty-two (42)
! North, Kange four (4) . B. M. ; thence
North one (i) mile to the center of Section
twe.ity. c i^ t (2 8) Township fortwtwo (42)
Ka,, se tour (4) w. i*. m., thence
twenty-seven (27), Township forty-two (42)
North, Range four (4) VV. B. M.; thenc
£T? W cmy-two (22)! T^mshiplö^-two (42)
North, Range four (4) w. B. M.; thence East
dne-half ( l / 2 ) mile lo the Southeast corner of
; ^. e f . nt I f t ; r, i; eas A ? ? ua L t " n Sec Æn
North, R a ..ge fôur (4 ) W, B. mT thinM
North one-balf ('4)mile to the Northeast cor
ner of the Northeast quarter (NEJ4) of Sec
tion twenty-two (22), Township forty-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,; thence
South eleven (11) miles following the town
ship line between ranges three (3) and four
(4) to the Southeast corner of Section twelve
(12), Township forty (40) Norths Range four
(4) VV. B. M.; thence West four (4) miles
along the boundary line of said district to the
point of beginning.
And, the polling place for Precinct Number
Four is hereby designated lo be at Princeton
School House, within the limits of said pre*
cinct.
PRECINCT NUMBER FIVE shall cm
on
•■ O)
ile to the center of Section
brace all the land and territory included with
in the following boundaries:
Beginning at the Southwest corner of Sec
tion seven (7), Township forty (40) North,
Range three (3) W. B. M.; thence North fif
teen (15) miles to the Northwest corner of
Section thirty-one (31), Township forty-three
(43) North, Range three (3) VV. B. M.: thence
East about twelve (12) miles along the coun-=
ty line betwee Latah and Benewah Counties
to the Northeast corner of Section thirty-six
(36), Township forty-three (43) North, Range
two (2) W. B. M.: thence South seven (7)
miles to the Southeast corner of Section
thirty-six (36), Township forty-two (42)
North, Range two (2) W. B. M. ; thence
West six (6) miles to the Southwest corner
of Section thirty-one (31), Township forty-two
(42) North, Range two (2) VV. B. M.; thence
South two (2) miles to the Southeast corner
of Section twelve (12), Township forty
(41) North, Range three (3) W. B. M. ;
thence West two (2) miles to the Southwest
corner of Section eleven
forty-one (41) North, Range three W R.
M.; thence South one (1) mile lo tne Somh
east corner of Section fifteen (15). Town
ship fortv-one (41) North, Ranee *bree O)
W. B. M.; thence West two (2)
Township
( 11 ).
leu to the
Southwest corner of Section sixteen
Township forty-one (4D North. Uanpe *- r ee
13) VV. Ft. M. ; thence. South four fd'v miles
to the Southeast corner of Section five <5),
Township forty (40) North, Rtnge three (3)
W. B. M. ; lhe;i ce East one (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.
he place designated for the bolding of
election in Precinct Number Five and
precinct is the
Harvard, within
And t
such c
as the voting place in such
Stewart and Smith Hall, at
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 continu
ously open from that time until seven o'clock
Such elftlion shall be
nearly as pracnrable 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
.he following form, to-wit:
in the afternoon,
conducted
. SPECIAL BOND ELECTION HELD :
; IN PRINCETON-HARVARD HIGH- *
■ WAY DISTRICT. LATAH COUNTY, •
: STATE OF IDAHO, JUNE 28, 1919. I
; Mark your ballot in the circle opposite I
i your choice, thus: "X".
! IN FAVOR OF issuing
I amount of $110,000 for t
* ed in Bond Reolution No. 1 of PRINCE
• TON-HARVARD HIGHWAY DISTRICT
_ ^ _ ., _
AGAINST * issuing bonds to the amount •
* "" '
G f Commissioners of
YARD 'HIGHWAY jjimkiui.
COUNTY, STATE OF IDAHO, this 7th day
f Tune, A. D. 1919.
LATAH COUNTY, IDAHO, pass- ;
ed : June 7, 1919.
of $110,000 for the purposes stated in .'
Bond Resolution No. 1 of PRINCETON- ;
HARVARD HIGHWAY DISTRICT. •
O LATAH COUNTY, IDAHO, pass- :
ed: Tune 7, 1919.
Given under the direction of the Board
PRINCETON-HAR
DI STRICT, LATAH
JOHN LIENHARD,.
Secretary, Princeton-Harvard Highway Dis
trict. Latah County, State of Idaho.
MARKETS

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The following market quotations
the prices paid to the producer
by the dealer and are changed daily,
thus giving the public the accurate
quotations in all classes of grain.
[Produce and meat*.
Hay and Gram.
Wheat, Marquis, bulk
are
$2.15
Wheat, Bluestem No. 1, bulk,
net. delivered to warehouses.. 2.15
Wheat Bluestem No. 1, sacked
net, delivered to warehouses.. 2.20
\Vhqpi Fcrtyfold, No. 1, bulk
net delivered to warehouses.. 2.15
Vt neat, Fortyfold. No, 1., s'k'd
I16t, delivered tO waiGIlOUSCS.. -j.2U
Wheat, White Club, No. 1, bulk
„-x JûUvopûiI tn ivnrphniKPS 2 15
1 aet - delivered tO warenouses.. -.10
Wheat, White Club. No. 1. s k d
net delivered to warehouses.. 2.20
| Wheat Red Russian. No. 1. blk
j net. delivered to whses.. . 1.9 1(8)2.1»
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Mortgage Loans
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Fire Insurance, Automobile and
Plate Glass Insurance, Fidelity and
Casualty Bonds
J. G. V ennigerholz. Prop.
Moscow, Idaho.
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Monuments
GEO. H. MOODY,
Moscow, Idqho
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 most reasonable prices.
We also carve U. S. Service
Emblems for soldiers. Would
invite you to call at my store
and select the work you wish
to purchase.
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strength, in its service
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Wheat, Red Russian, No. 1 akd
net, del. to whses.:
No. 1 Peed Oats, sacked, per
cwt net. Delivered to ware
houses .
No. 1 Timothy Hay, per ton.... $31.00
White Beans, per pound
Prodaw.
2.06%@)2.15
2.56
5c
35c
Eggs, per dozen
Butter, creamery, per pound. ,60c
Butter, ranch, per pound
Potatoes, per cwt.
Spring chickens, per lb..
Hens, live wt. .
Old Roosters, per lb ....
Hogs, live wt, light, lb... .18%@19c
Hogs, live wt., heavy, lb... .16*£@17c
Hogs, dressed, heavy, per [email protected]
Hogs, dressed, light, per lb
50c
86c
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20 (
c
10c
23c
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15«17c
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Veal, live wt, per lb.
Veal, dressed, per lb.
Spring lambs, per lb.
Mutton, per lb.
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HEADQUARTERS FOR NO. 1
HARNESS
SHOES
Full line of TRUNKS and
SUIT CASES
go to
J. N. FRIEDMAN
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MAKER OF CLOTHES FOR THE
MAN WHO KNOWS
Order Now
O. H. S6HWARZ
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— Ostéopath,
Creighton Bldg. Phone 48.
DENTISTS
DR. J, A. McDANIBL, Dentist, First
Nat'I Bank Bldg. Phone 229.
LAWYERS
MORGAN & BOOM—Attorneys, Ur
quhart Bldg. Phone 75.
A H. OVERSMTTH — Atttorney-at
Lavv, Urqnhart 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'I Bank Bldg. Phone 131J.
IMPROVEMENT PARLOR
MARIE SHANNON.—Rooms 18 and
19 Urquhart Bldg. Phone 122J.
and
ing.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
CREEKMUR'S BUSINESS COL
LEGE—Phone 106L or 147L.
TAXI CAB
FOR THE BEST TAXI SERVICE
Phone 300.
XEELY & S0> — PHOXE
at the old prices
51
ARCHITECTS
C. RICHARDSON, ARCHITECT—
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.
AUCTIONEER
CHAS. E. WALKS—-Auctioneer, Urqu
hart Blgd. Phone 278.
CREAMERY
MOSCOW CREAMERY
paid for butter fat. Ice cream, bulk
and brick in cold storage.
55 cents
DRAY LINES
MOSCOW TRANSFER CO.—Craig
and Metlock. Agents Continental
Oil Company. Phone 19R.
MINTING, KALSOMINING. PAPER
HANGING AND SIGNS
PHONE 34-J.
CALL 137J for Paper Hanging, Cal
fimlning. Painting. Estimates free.
Piano tuning, first class work.
Phone 189-W. F. t. Allen.
Read The Daily Star-Mirror Want
Ads.
CLASSIFIED ADS
HELP WANTED—Female
WANTED—A GIRL FOR GENERAL
228-0
housework. Phone 921x5,
WANTED A GIRL OR WOMAN
226 -tf
at the Star Hotel.
WANTED AT ONCE, A CLEAN
cut girl for general housework.
No washing, good wages. Apply Mrs.
N. Williamson, 714 East B St. 226-«
FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK, GIRL
to work mornings. Mrs. Charles
Shields. Phone 25L. 227-1
HELP WANTED—Male
WANTED—A GOOD LIVE MAN TO
sell our line of high grade merch
andise direct to the consumer. For
further information write,
Union Tea Co.,
Spokane, Wash.
Grand
1121 W. First Ave.,
228-0
WANTED—TRUCK DRIVER, Posi
tion permanent. Call Hagan & Cuah
224«
ing Co.
WANTED—A YOUNG MARRIED MAN
with small family, permanent posi
tion good salary. House rent includ
ed. Inquire Hagan & Cushing Co.
224tf
FOR RENT—Rooms
ROOMS FO RRENT, ALSO SUITE OF
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
123«
Bath. Phone 9006.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED APART
ments and furnished rooms at
Eggan's apartments. Phone 205H.
231-tf
FOR RENT—Houses
FOR RENT—AN UP-TO-DATE 7
room house. Plenty of shade. Phone
189W. House at Monroe and A
224«
st.
FOR RENT.—AN EIGHT ROOM
modern house, on Deakin Ave., east
of dormitory. Phone 170J
83-tf
FOR SALE—Real Estate
FOR SALE—TWO GOOD PALOUSB
farms . Owner, Box 43, City.
227-39
FOR SALE—A VERY FINE, NEARLY
new plastered 8-room house on the
east side, modern, basement, sleeping
porch, garage, barn, chicken house and
park, on a good street, large lot. north
fiont. a very fine cotnfortable home.
Price $4500. This is much less than
the house can be built for now. See
E. E. Ostioot, Phone 19.1.
227-9
100 ACRES, 5 MILES SOUTH OF
Moscow, on good road, small build
ings, spring water in three places, all
In crop, one-third to buyer, at $87.50
per acre. Don't delay. See E. E. Ost
root. Phone 19J. _ 227-9
FOR SALE — DAM) Y FIVE-ROOM
home, two acres, reasonable. Will
take late model ear in part payment*
Address Box 136. Phone 230R. !7Stf
FOR SALE—Livestock
For Sale—A few young sows that
will farrow pigs in a short time. En
quire at Hagan & Cushing Co.
226«
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FOR SALE, MILK COWS. PHONE
121R. Mason Cornwall.
226-228
FOR SALE, TEAM, HARNESS AND
wagon. Madison Lumber Co. 220-tf
FOR SALE—TEAM, HARNESS AND
wagon. Madison Lumber Co. 219«
SOME A1 DRAFT TEAMS WELL
matched. Absolutely sound, either
mare or geldings. Call 9251. James
H. Dye, Box 308._180-tf
FOR SALE—Miscellaneous
FOR SALE—5-PASSENGER PAIGE.
made 1916, in good condition, $550.
Model Garage.
228-39
FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD FURNI
ture. Phone 218R. 238 South Polk.
__ 227-9
FOR SALE — A COMPLETE
threshing machine. Inquire Auto
226-231
Sales & Service.
FOR SALE—RHODES COMBINED
harvester. H. C. Bowers.
9040.
Phone
223-9
FOR SALE—FIVE PASSENGER
TouTing 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. This
is a great opportunity for anyone
wishing 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.
Price, $8000, half cash, balance to
suit '■'!<) purchaser. 220«
WANTED—Miscellaneous
WANTED TO RENT, A PIANO.
Mrs. Q. W. Morgareidge, Phone
226-228
210Y
WANTED—A REED BABY CAR
riage. Phone 112H
226-230
STRAYED TO MY PLACE—A COW,
now milking. Owner can have same
by paying for this ad and identifying
cow. N. B. Hyfton.
228

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