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COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE [)ors and Frank Peterson are build- :::::::::::::::::::::::::"-=:==: =: :-:=--::-=- ing a shed for the highway machin- PRINCETON. cry. / Ben Bush of Moscow. the state in-l Mr. and Mrs. Winans, from Cole- specter of school lands, was in town ] rado, are visiting at the home of their looking over several applications foridanghter. Mrs. 1l. A. Carman. on Big stump land. t creek. . Mr. Burns, the paint specialist of[ E. J. Johnson narrowly escaped Marshall-Wells Co., of Spokane, waslserious injury one day last week, in town Tnesday taking orders for when the chain on the end of the ern life in a large city, which con- trasts in an amusing way the mod-~s of living of tlze social set and the mid- dle class of civilized humanity, is the featured photodrama on the pro- "'CARSON" WASHABLE KID GLOVES IN BROWN, TAN AND GRAY. R~LIABLE 4 MANUFACTURERS. NEW STOCK, RIGHT PRICE. LADLES' SILK GLOVES. POPULAR ,SHADES, TWO CLASPS. LUSTROUS DRESSY IN APPEARANCE. DOUBLE FINGER TIPS INSURE EXTRA SERVICE. PRICE ........................................................... $1.00 to $1.40 GOOD VALUES IN STANDARD STAPLE FABRICS FOR I)0M~STICUSES:. "HOPE" MUSLIN, LONSDALE MUSLIN, LONSDALE CAMBRICS AND NAINSOOK. Several gallons, of paint. Fred John- sea, L. L. Young, Ralph Harris..loc Mrs. Florence Livingston ami D. (hternsey are all intending it, their building~ a new coat el this spring. The Royal Neighbors and Wood- dance Friday night was well ab on is luaei ay in Mr. Emly went to Spokane on buM- ~ess Tuesday. Mrs. B. F. Cone returned from Mos- where she has been under the ~are of Dr. J: C. Wlik. Word was received from Mrs. L. L of the death of her father. ames K. Bart. a| Orion. Michigan. 14. L. L. Young and John Cone were in Tuesday night attending a of the Elks. HARVARD. I'larvard Sunday school was well at the Latah County Snn- school con yen|ion :it Pt)t]att?h 17. All farming is at a standstill owill~4 'had weather. Payton Queener and L. C. Hornby in Princeton with their wood last week cutting up a car load for the Potlatch Lumber corn- 0, C. Dailey of Cle Elum, Wasit.. visiting relatives in this vicinity. Q' C. Winterstern came home Wed- ~weep ou his ~,tump puller broke, let- gram at the Bell Theatre next %'ed- !ling the sweep swing back, striking nesday and Thursday. May 4 and 5. him on ~he leg. He is able to he[This new Universal special attraction, about on crutche~, and considers hln|-[fcqturin~ Edith Roberts who w'ts co- self fortun'tte lhal no hones were lsi,~rred ~'iih Frank Ma;'o in "Laser " broken. If rein the ('alnotls petal by Frank De~- Hugh Queener was down from Bo-]prez. viii over S~nday, "Blind Wives" Due in Town Next TURNBOW FLAT. Week. Miss Elzora Hartford spent Satur- The Bell Theatre announces that day in Sl)okane. they will show the William Fox ape- Miss Bess McBroom is visiting this I week with t~er, sister, Mrs. Neal Me- t?lure. Mr. arid Mrs. Emett Burrows and son, ,Lnti Mr,-~. A. 1.. Ebersole front Walls Walls, are visiting relatives here this week. Mrs. Burrows was formerly Miss Gladys Turnbow. Mr. and Airs. Rex (:,ross visited his p~,rents Mm~day at Throop's mill. Mrs. Gross St. had the misfort~me lo break i~er arm last week. Aged Aviation Devotee. ~_;~q) en(,i)l~Fltgott if) IlSt~ l)tir IOCOl))O ties by an old lady of elghry-~hree. says ~ P'tris corr~,~l)onden~ of the Lc, tuton Times. She is Mine. l:temory. ~t CJlat%vontal-i, who lives ill fl~e COlin- try. where airplanes pass every day. It was in ]878 when she first left the ground, when she tasted the delights o; ballooning, and. seeing, as she did. the pew airbird daily above her, she from Palouse precinct, where. (:mild ilOt reMsl trying the new se~- has been workin~ during the 1)asti antics. Thus one day she had saved Weeks. ' ,. saflicient money from her meager earnings and took 'l trip in the air. Brown was a visitor in Pa-l, She did Ihis without the knowledge last week. i of her many grandchildren, who were S: Smith was a visitor in Mos-I completely shocked when the news i reached them. She ls in no way per- l, W. Graves was a visitor iu Pa-] zari,ed and Is determined as ~mn as the last of the week.i: funds allow to try looping the loop. Graves, prominent farmer l Four Idaho Banks Close. MOCkman of the South Fork was! Lewiston, Idaho.--State banks of visitor in Palouse and Pot-! Orofino.. Kamiah, Peck and Kooskia a few days last week. i closed their doors, following the elos- Stewar6. who has been here l ing of the First National bank of weeks, helping his son, B. ! Clarkston, Wash., owned and con]roll- to get started with his l ed by C. F. Waterman & Sons. Depre- Work, returned Thursday to his! ciate(i value of gr~,':" ~nd stock loans ~ioseow. , is :ts.q,e~t~i,d as lhu ,:an~e. DORMAN IS HERE And will care for your wants in all lines, of blacksmith]Re specializing in spring work, welding and building up. Also doing horse shoeing, plow work, wheel-wrighting. In fact anything a first class blacksmith is expected to do. We also do car repairing, machine work, oxy.acety- lone welding. KILDOW &t, HAGEN BLACKSMITH AND MACHINE SHOP (Zesiger's 01d Stand.) Grocery Specials 15c 3Oc Wells B ,ron PHONE 48 cial picture, "Blind Wives," next ~ week Sunday and Monday, May S .i. and 9. Those who follow the stage e@~ remember "My Lady's Dress" and theI ;~; great success o[ this play, writ|on byj Edward Knoblock, in New Ym:k, Los- I ~ don and Paris. On this play the Fox}:o picture is based. "Blind Wives" is]__O~4: Idescribed as not only of singularl@~ power dramatically, but exceedingly~ lavish in production, t O;O Knoblock, born in America, has i Oi~ made his home in England many e~e years. "My Lady's Dress" was first ~ produced in London at the Theatre e~ Royal April 21. 1914, and in New York at the Playhouse October 10. 1914. It created a marked sensation The theme was novel. It was, in fact, several plays within a play. It was daring in treatment; but eac~ play, or episode, was complete ill itself, m~d all were combined in sm-h a way that they worked toward one great climax. "Blind Wives," the ?Pox iiim version, it is said follows along the general lines of the play and works up to a fine climax; and the thrill of this final climax is heightened b~" the climaxes in the several episodes. This special production is certainly timely. In these days of the high cost of Mllady's clothes, not only wive~, but husbands---m: should we New Ginghams Specials for Saturday and Monday in Grocery Department Bulk Macaroni of the best quality, per pound ................................. 71/2e Wisconsin full cream cheese, per pound ....................................... 35e 0ar cocoa is here at last. Nugget brand ground eoc6a, 1 pound package ........... 2~e Bulk peanut butter, 2 pounds for ............................................. 25e (Bring your container) Sweet wrinkled peas (Rock County brand) special for Saturday and Monday, 6 cans 99e Now is the time to put your eggs down, whilyou can get good eggs at a good low price. We will offer to our trade special for Saturday and Monday, Water Glass, full quarts, for 35c or 3 for .......................................................... $1.00 We'll have in our vegetable department a full line, namely: lettuce, radishes, rhubarb, green onions, asparagus, spinach, sweet potatoes, wax beans, rutabagaa, cabbage, et~., etc. Tell llad Ones. It is a comparatively easy matter to becmne all expert in tile qul(:k han- dling of money and also to detect bill,~ that have ]lees raL~ed, according to those ~ho have tried. A large pro- portion of the bills now In circulation are federal reserve notes. Those in common use have Identification char- acteristics, in addition to the numer- als, easy to memorize. Cashiers who handle large and small 'eI. ))ills rapidly usually memorize the per : trait on the bills, which are large o=o enough to be unmistakable as the ms- ]$: jor mark of identification, wlth the v+,, numerals as the minor aid. The two?#-~ comhlned are well.nigh lnfalllb e, save O~ "n the ease of ch, ver counterfeits. ~, As the rfiising of bills is aecomplish- ~1 with the numerals, familiarity with ~ %,,, ,, tl~e portraits, and comparison, will ver- ~ ify the proper denomination of the ~, bills. The portraits on the federal reserve bills in everyday u~e" are as I~,~ follows : ] ~ ~' One-dollar notes, pertrait of George] 1 Washington. Two-dollar notes, portrait of Thomas }~ Jefferson. Five-dollar notes, portrait of ~.bra- barn IAneoln. Temdollar notes, pin,trait of Andrew ff ,lackson. Twenty-dollar notes, portrait of Ore- _~ ver Cleveland. Fifty-dollar notes, portrait nf U. S. Grant. ~e Hundred-dollar ntteg, portrait of e~o Ben.lamln Franklin. el HAD HAZY IDEA OF FINANCE *~;* At a dinner in New York the other ~e day a Prominent lawyer noted l~or ~:o his activities la rounding up invest- ~_@~ ment swindlers told the following good story : e~ "it's pltlflti to see how foolish a ~:~ great, many people are when it com~s lo a question of finance. "Old Wash White is a good exam- ple of financial foolishness. When Wash's boss got back to the Delta from the North one day. he found the old man driving a fine young mule hilehed to a handsome wagon. '*Now, Wash was a notoriously shiftless customer, and so his bo~,~ said to him: "'Where did you get that splendid turnout. Washington?' "'Ah done boughten It at Magnolia, sah,' said Wash. "'How much did It cost you?' "'Ah done give mah note re' $2(~ for it, saM' "'Good gracious.' said the boss, 'where do you expect to get $200 to meet your note when it falls due?" "Wash looked astonished and of- fended. "'Fo' de Lawd's sake, boss man,' he said, 'you sho'ly don' expeck me ter gtve ~ note an' ~a~, too?" 0nly Two More Days To Buy This Wonderful Thor Washin Machine # On This Special Payment of $1.OO Down--S2,35 Per Weel4 Make your wife or mother happy by purchsing a Thor washer now. Don't wait until it is too late. .~ #, Those hot sultry days that ~ will be here this summer ~ n~av be avoided if you will ~ act in time and have a .:,-** ~1' '~- Thor Electric Washer sent * ,z, )~ ~-;,i! up to your home. *i:Apt, i! 130 Last Day of This Offer The Washington Water "!: Pow f" ;!; er. ,.,ompany , ~: PHONE 120. - - - Palouse, Washin~ton