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, i i im - i ,i i ,, ,,, , , , m i "i i i i i i i r =+ i~. g CULTIVATE POTATOES OFTEN Ho#.i, ng Should Be Done Onoe a Week for Six Weeke Plants Appear---Kill Bug=. Potat~eK must he h,~od ,,r cultivated at least once a week for at)out six weeks after the l.)itluts appear. Wifile ~:ultivatitig. ~bt+ ~oit should, be drav~n about the plant~, [urging hills lo prn teet the potatoe~ from the sun Potato bugs. ohi-fa~hionod "hard Lhe|ls" and their ehildretl, t tie SOIl ~heiLs or ~lugs. are sure to Pat tbl- foliage of" potaIo~.+~ LliltO,~I~ i)l'PVetlt~(i from doing so, "i'h,~ "lmrd sllell" bng+'- that are first it, aDpear can often lip plCk~ off by ilaBd anti kilt~d, hut about the onl~ way r,, t~Jntl'O[ thc yo0ng ~ofl bllg~ ()r ,~llig~ iS TO Do',S())) them. This t'~tu b@ dotw by ~l)r+)yitlg or sprinkling the p(,taTo l+,:+ve:- will) a miXtUre von,RJst, ill~ of ()Iw OllnCe el arseltate of lead .ill (life ~:ll]IMl ~i ~,~,ll let or tile |)l,qnL~ ~my bP du. few days ro ~ee hat thP ht]+Z~ have I~)t gOt+tell s fl~,~h start.. SWEET CLOVER BUILDS SOIL lly YlllorOue Growth and Decay of L=rge Roots It Restores Humu~ in Large Ouamtities. a soil baihi+,r mw++e~ oh,vet is ils It eLas,' hy istolf. By il,~ vi~.r(nl~: gl.owth attd the decay ,;f it large r,>ots it restore,~ humus to tile soil in lar':e qa~ntltles, if It is allowPd Io remain and decay where It has ~)',)~'n. ):~r~e quantities ,~ plant f~)d are tnadv ,~vailable. Moreover. i~ i~ n legume and can. therefl>re, take il.~ ni)r()~eI~ from tile air+ l~Itls adding ~)n oi,.tnenl tO the .+,oil that Is very l)eneilvial. It+ IAMIIg fleshy roots pen,{rate thv sul- toll and bring food re the surta('e for ottmr ptant~ to use. and. aL the ~lal~ time. improve the sell ~e~o o)'v. Little ~rl Undergoes Operation. Mr. and Mrs, I C. Peterstn) went to Spokane ~aturday evenlug, returning Monday evening-. Their little daug- t4~r. Gladine+ has not beer in good h+alth for some time and local physi+ clans attributed the cause to an In- tooted tooth. The tooth was decayed so badly that a surgical operation was necessary to remove it+ The little girl is much improved since the oper- a[ion and it is expected she will :+oon THE MOTION PICTUREREALM "When a Man Sees Red" at Bell. + V~hen the noted Fox s,tar, William ~arllunl, is announced tu appear on the screen in this city liltle more need be ~aid )o arouse popular inter- est. 'When a Man Sees Red," in which Mr..Farnum will open at the Bell thea-tre Sunduy only, is a picture~ the extraordinary power of which ha~+ already been recognized in all sec- tions of the country. It is a story of the sea, of t.l-~ far-off islands of the south, of a man's relentless pursuit to avenge a deadly wrong. Otis Skinner in "Kismet." Kismet" is the mosl speoacular play ever picturized. It is the ruost notable addition to motion picture progress recorded up to date. Yon probably remennber the tremendous furor c,a]lsed by "Kismet" :is a stage : play The motion picture is even greater than the play. Otis Skinner. . most famous of America's romantic character actors, has perpetuated his greatest role for the camera, inciden- tally marking his debut in the mo- tion picture world. Otis Skinner in "Kismet" has been booked for the Bell theatre for an engagement be- ginning tonight. If you are a lover of moti,)n pletnres you will see .this great offering. _ . ItART ASKS OUT IN LOCAT COSTS. Weats Counties and Cities to Reduce Expenses. Governor Hart ih a circular letter asks every county, citY anti colnlnun- lty to do away with non-ossential ex- penses attd to thus reduce disburse- men.ts. He will call upon local m)vern- iments to follow his example of cut- ling disbursements, which he set when he slashed $1,162,000 front log- islative appropriations, This reform will include the elimination of all non-essentials ---some workers, offices and services. I "This is no! a conference On taxa- tion.'" says Governor Hart. "but a oonference to reduc~ expanditures and dlsbursemPnts. Oovernmnts must raise enough money to pay disburse- ments, whatever they may be. There- fore we must strike at the founda- tion first---disbursements "'We must instill in the minds nf the people the fact that expenditures and disbursements are heaviest in lo- cal matters, within reach of local cit- izens and governments," Governor 14art continued. "This is made clear he in her usual good health, b~ the distribution of tax costs-.--e[h,,- ~t.~ll~-+t~. per tea?it : city government, .............. ["~ID. C,~25'per ce;t: count:)" government, 12 percent. Roads take a smaller share, Pin +""+":'+++"' :, only about 5 or 6 per cent." Governor Hart asks that the towns ' and counties cnt out the expenses not poultry ouestio~ the efficiency of public institutions. More 'and ntor~ required for good government and thinks that lower taxes can be se- making, an int,' ... cured without In any way affecting ELLISON-WHITE PRESENTS THE KEIGHLY NEW YORK PLAYERS IN It Pays To Advertise , I ~ I III III I I III II , _ 1_ J t I 'fl ~+L a T 1[ J _ AS II L Grocery Specials For Saturday BRIEF GENERAL NEWS The German reichstag voted confi. deuce h~ the government of Chaaeellor "Wirth+ The former German liar)sensor liner ~Aaiser Willhehn II has beau renamed President Harding The 100,00D mark in automobile re- gistratioDa of Oregon was passed May 31, with registrations cm that date totaling 1 OO.159. Lord Byng. one uf the most famons generals during the World war. has accepted the appoir~ttnent of governor general or" (Isuada. The North Idaho Chamber of Com- nlerce hi eeuvention at Coeur d'Alene voted unanimousl> in favor ot creating a new state In. northern Idaho. The deficiency approp.riatiol] bill carrying $15(;.000.000. an increase o $7,5.000,000 over tit(, amount voted h>, the ]lOll~e. was l)u~sed by tile selta)o "~'i+)+Ol]| a rec:o+'d +'OTe. Waiter C. Teagle, president of the St,a~lda.rd Oil company of New .leraey elit)ti)~at.~d hin~sell' from those iIDder consideration by President Harding for .hairman of tbe shipping board. \'~lri(lllY illter[llll rereDlle |aws el)i(('t- ed pricer ro adoption ct tho 18th amend- ment and designed to cover illicit dis- tilling have been supePseded and an- nulled by ihe amendment and the Vob ~tead a