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and the local weed control Professor. R. K. Bennett, agronomy department of of Idaho, substituted the tregard to the control oiI ah county- ed in the decision were 0arties t. tt- - "" ]tlw oriain-d decision, ll~e dnplicatiou Oo er~ t-or Latah Coullty. [ resutling flon~ the fa~l that many x weed excursions in La-[ roads did ao~ inelode all classes of ha~ shown that there are t ~-mployes in ll,~,Jr l'il"-~{ petitions. Chief among these are thistle wild morning grans. Weed and Jim Hill mustard. PrOper COntrol of Course, first necessary their seriousness. 'Pher~ arms in the west whet ar two of theme weeds have[ ~ue Profitable farming dif- uave caused land values to] 'd Only after oain~tak Washington. in and for the Court- doing the work. days.-', the earliest it has been for )ears. ty of WhHman. "" ' ' Per eent of the serious on many Latah have been introduced in Dissemination i threshing maehine~ Tn the case ,f/ such as Canadian Wild rnornh~g glory, oneI ere a heavy infestation oil resulted front carrying[ nder~ rot ad root stock.~ [ Plaee by farm maehin- happened before the were taken to con- the ~eeds. weed problem it is first eliminate the possibil|ty seed in which seed may be present. grade, tested seed Low means low qua!- doubt as to quality, e to Your state seed teat- to make sure of what Japao may t~ke the inltiattve and propose a, British-American-Japanese b[A[;tltc~ of powei" ill arfna[nenfs 00 the P:~(-ifi(!, it was slated at Tokio on good a ul horit y. .lobe .4,. Gust;~-~ : ,~. wi~u=~~ ($eld) ::* ! ~~{ e. the Mtl~~~mlRttem. ,,ena for tmR~ , '~?' , ,.. ~. ~~"P~ co.. ~o,.o. $1old by all drug~sts, '/5c. Hilrtm F&mlD, PIlls for concert, When one can expect! weather, ~rhich { :he Wor{; much more : deep enough to turn of the underground to the surface is ad- depth in a large meas- UPon the weeds and the the ~oll. After this has a good harrowing to loose will expose them SUrt and many wil~l be should be praetieed at Never allow any By such prac- ag SYstem will eventu- of Its food supply. is not possible the tg has been practiced results Thia method Practical except with COVering with a very of Well rotted straw or ~XClude the air, will oft.- out the plants. Is practiced, care to get ~he eoverlng extend it out beyond BUfflcient extent to a~- GROCERY SPECIALS 70 Armours Vegetole C 4 lb. pail ....................................... Pompeian Olive Oil , 35~ Pint Tin ............. :- - ................ Curtis Supreme Ripe Olives ....... 35~ 9 oz. Tin ............................... Proctor& Gamble White Soap 5C Per Bar ................................. Fancy Strained Honey 75C Full Quart Jar .............................. Carnation Brand Baking Powder 25~ 16 oz. Tin ..................................... Bain Alexander High Grade Coffee 25C Per Ib ............................................. WELLS &, BYRON Phone 48. Come and Enjoy Yourselves at Palouse Prince Albert's a new .... I i ' note in the joys of rolling'em! Talking about rolling your own cigarettes, we'll tell you right here that Prince Albert tobacco has 'era all lashed to the mast! You've got a handful-of- happiness coming your di- rection when you pal it with P. A. and the makin's papers! For Prince Albert is not only delightful to your taste :rod pleasing in its refl'e~hing-~roma, but our exclusive patented process frees i,: from bite and parch! And, for a fact, rolling up Prince Albert is mighty easy! P. A. is crimp cut and stays put and you whisk it into shape before you can count three! And, the next instant you're puffing away to beat the ba~d ! Prince Albe,'~ i~ ~:o good that it ha,.; led four men to smoke jimmy pipes where one was smoked before! It's the greatest old buddy- smoke that ever found its way into a pipe or cio'arette ! I RIN E kLBERT "0 the national ! y smoke Pr~nee Albert t# ~old in toppy r~l bas, tidy red tins. handsom~ pound and halt pound tin humidors and tn the ~und crystal ~la=~ humidor with ~pon,fe moiat#n#r top, CopyrL3ht %921 by R. J. Reynaid~ Tabacco Co. Wlm~ton-Sale~ N,C. the Home News in the Palouse Republic