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îner rx othes Good News For the Young Men of Moscow o The Hart, Schaffner & Marx Co. have sent us another small shipment of Young Men's Suits—and The Clothcraft people also have sent some—Just the very kind that's wanted—waist seams, belts, form fitting, with a few of the double breasted models. These come in the soft cloths in the pretty green, brown and navy colors, with all the good qualities of tailoring you are accustomed to get at CREIGHTON'S. Prices are reasonable. f. V \ Creighton's "T Copyrignc 1919 Hart Schaffner at Mara ^The Home of Hart Schaffner Marx 4 Clothes =5 * Mo. 10. Report of the Condition of THF, MOSCOW STATE BANK, at Moscow, of business Sept. 12, 1919. RESOURCES the stale of Idaho, at the close •Cash on hand .. Due from Banks . Checks and drafts on other Banks Other Cash Items. Loans and Discounts . Overdraft«? . Stocks, Bonds and Warrants .... 88.225.00 $ 15,212.42 78,125.02 5,062.47 7,603.09 457,856.90 3,608.25 and Fix Banking House, F tu 3,700.00 2,800.00 39,966.03 tu res . •Other Real Estate Other Resources 702,159.18 Totai LIABILITIES Individual deposits subject to check 358,678.61 ... 143,817.29 ... 100,949.28 ... 19,593.11 350.00 . . . 623,388.29 Savings Deposits . Time Certificates of Deposit CashierT Checks . Certified Checks . Total Deposits . Capital Stock Paid in . Surplus . Undivided Profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid ........ Bills Payable, including obligations representing money borrowed.... 25,000.00 10 , 000.00 470.89 43.300.00 702,159.18 Total Slate of Idaho, County of Latah, ss. I, Harry Whittier, Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. HARRY WHITTIER, Cashier. CORRECT—Attest ; S. L. WILLIS, C. R. GREEN Directors. to before me this Subscribed and swor 23rd da> of Sept., 1919. I certify that I am NOT an Officer of or Director f this hank. S. R. H. McGOWAN. Notary Public. Are You Corn-Crippled ? Put ease and lightness in your feet with P's! A Corn Remover Does not make the surrounding tissue soft and tender like salve or plaster— corns thrive on tender toes. Remores hard and soft corns and callouses Get some for tonight at 25 CENTS MED DRUGS BUTS PLENTY STORE C. E. BULLES. Prop. ;SAVE the Leather i IN SHOE POLISHES Keep Your Shoes Neat LIQUIDS AND PASTES FOR BLACK,WHITE,TAN,AND a ^ OX-BLOOD (DARK BROWN) SHOES ^ THE KEDALIÉ Y CORPORATIONS LIMITER BuFPALO, N.V. Kodak Films Developed and Printed Hour Service WE DO THE BEST WORK IN TOWN ANY SIZE ROLL TEN CENTS The BON TON WOOD & HAMER aas a a a i Shirts De Luxe You men who admire quality Shirts—finest weaves, perfect tailoring and smartest pat terns will like our showing of "Wilson Bros.' " "Shirts that fit." We have made the term "money's worth an actual fact through giving extra quality fabrics and better wearing service. New ship ments just in. Madras, Fibres, Silks from $1.00 to $12.50 öp Y i Copyright 'H&uStSnB 99 n m. m. L X SCARFS OF HEAVY SILK bj Fashionable Neckwear for men who appreciate handsome patterns in rich textures. 75c to $4.50 v kS E ri } > the I I ( *\ Ü ir Our Furnishings Depart ment is complete with Inter woven Hosiery, Dress, Gloves,, Cooper's K 1 o sed Krotch Underwear, Hand kerchiefs, Hats, Caps, Col lars—High Grades at Mod erate Prices. I \ I ^7/ Copyright Copyright TfädSOr* A i/ yp m DAVIDS' m it m if m if if if "Where Quality Dominates" pj Wants Suburban Residence. Rev. I. R. Hughey, district super intendent of the United Brethern church, is here today, looking for a home. He wants a suburban residence with an acre or two of ground. He has a good sized family and wants a If you are going to sell get your dates early. Below are my dates for the next three weeks: Monday, Sept. 22—Jake Gaiser at Mos cow. Tuesday, Sept. 23—Joe Kopf at Colton. Wednesday, Sept. 24—Oscar Sletto at Joel. Thursday, Sept. 25—Mrs. Ina Jack at Palouse. Friday, Sept. 26—Nels Dande at Gen esee. Saturday, Sept. 27—-Peter Kasper at Genesee. Monday, Sept. 29—Williams Estate at Genesee. Tuesday, Sept. 30— J. P. Michaelson at Genesee. Wednesday, Oct. 1—Ralph Hall at Moscow. Thursday. Oct. 2—W. F. Sponsler at Moscow. Friday, Oct. 3—G. A. Carder at Mos cow. Saturday, Oct. 4—Chas. Westensee at Genesee. Monday, Oct. 6—Walter Herman at Genesee. Tuesday, Oct. 7—B. Black at Moscow. Wednesday, Oct. 8—Frank Slater at Moscow. Thursday, Oct. 9— B. C. Parmenter at Moscow. Friday,'Oct. 10— R. F. Gibson at Mos cow. Monday, Oct. 13—Cecil Rambo at Moscow. Tuesday. Oct. 14—E. M. Dowdy at Moscow. Wednesday, Oct. 15— Henry Lindhorst at Linville. Thursday, Oct. 16—Tas. Kimberling at Moscow. CHAS. E. WALKS Phones 278 and 179J, Moscow, Idaho ■■■■■■■ flÿ 1 n P* me y Hr® m % Complexion ; Beauty at Any Tine of Life Marinello Whitening Cream keeps your skin youthfully healthy and gives your com plexion the at tractiveness o f girlhood. There are many < 3 . / /it\ m Tin 0 o] fi' ii let Preparation/* - Each for some specific need. AH per fected to a stage that assures quick positive results. H0DG1NS' Drugstore place where he can keep a cow and raise some garden. He does not want to buy, but to rent for at least a year. He is searching for such a place this afternoon. Do You Feel Bad And look like the old Harry when FOOTBALL! The First Game of the Season POTLATCH HIGH VS. MOSCOW HIGH FRIDAY Sept. 26, at the Fair Grounds Game Called at 3:00 p. m. Moscow High School Schedule at Home—Potlatch, Pullman, Colfax, Lewiston. Season Ticket, four games, $1 ; single admission, 50c Buy a ticket, boost your town by boosting the H. S. We Are in the MARKET at all times for PEAS, BEANS, APPLES, PRUNES, PEARS, CRAB APPLES, POTA TOES, and are particularly interested in CHOICE SEED STOCK. Phones—150Y, 215R; Office Phone 36 you get up on a morning. A bad taste in your mouth a sour stomach and constipated bowels. Then take a dose of M. A. C. before meals and at bedtime and you will get up with a smile and feel good all day. M. A. C. is for sale by the Corner Drug Store. Get a bottle today.