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September 11, 1953 Cheney Free Press el'he 00,ctr00dert .Cctteh00tr00trtc00 By O. B. Howell CARE IN SEPTEMBER is the ideal month the last lawn fertilizihg. A application of 20 pounds commercial fertilizer for each square feet is recommended. Should set the lawn up for winter. too, that a lawn be cut short when you think you're making the last cutting the The reason is simple. to popular belief, the should not be left to grow tops for winter protection. The around the grass roots solid whether you' cut it ot. Freezing does not hurt the plants. Lawns Look Sharp you make your last cutting a to three-quarters of an inch the lawn presents a neat ap- all winter long. If it's to shovel a path through Snow across the lawn, you'll little trouble. Furthermore, spring comes, it'll be easy to the yard without having the plants dragged out by the Neither will it have that ," look after the first i [ISTMAS CACTUS CARE your Christmas Cactus to at Christmas time? If you You should rest the plants now. the pot over on its side, or : away where it won't get wa- for five or six weeks--then, it and give it a light dose of have your cactus bloom in you must first rest keep growing vigorously. cactus is allowed to dry too may not bloom until Jan- or March. ATOES AND FROST you know for sure that it's to frost, or even when the have been touched by a light 1Army Reserve Officers Will Be Released frost, you can still save the fruit. Release of about 8000 army re- serve officers above the number First of all, the tomato, like the whose tours of duty will normally pear, is mature when it first starts end during the next months will be Lo change color at the basal end. effected prior to July 1, 1954, the k tomate may be picked at this department of the army has an- stage and it will continue to ripen lnounced" until the fruit is a solid red. When you have your first frost I warning, the thing to do is pick every tomato which shows a whir- order to comply with limitations ening at the bottom end. Take them placed on officer strength. indoors (preferably into the base- To facilitate the reduction, vol- ment) and set them upside-down untary relief from active duty will on a shelf or table. They do riot be permitted in all but a few criti- need light to ripen. Depending on cal categories for officers who have the temperature, these will ripen completed a total of 24 months of within six to eight weeks, active service. Both enlisted and commissioned service will be cred- i FATHER, BLOW OUT ited toward the 24-month total. I THAT MATCH " In addition, the army plans to re- I There's nothin like fall and the duce to a minimum the number of ..... g 1 - " "h ] officers involuntarily recalled to/ smell ot Burning eaves---out, t e . " i ...... ]active duty and will cont nue the t man wno ourns leaves is also eurn- . / ...... ,.., .... +.;, ;.. +.l officer candidate school program L lant lif on a reauceu scale. p e. ! While officers in all grade will To rot leaves quickly into useable ] be conslde" red by the boards for fertilizer,. . make a pile of leaves in I release from active duty. it is ex- six inch layers Over each layer, - " I pected that most of those separated scatter a handful of cmpstlwill be first lieutenants, since the builder. In the spring, the leaves I highest percentage of overstrength will be rotted down into a mellow r now exists in that grade. humusy material having all the I _ attributes of peat moss plus a corn- .... ...... I r'ortuguese is spoken in razil pierre plant iooa. . ...... ]by four times as many people as Tne compost maker is a Ierl:ulz-. :" r*" al ing material which activates soil ,, - t, . bacteria and fungi to break down ......... plant tissue rapidly, thus releasing i\\; SCIENCE 1 the chemicals necessary for plant food. To further assist in the rapidt/ break-down of leaves, keep them moist. MERRYMAKERS MEET SEPT. 17 The Harmony Merrymakers club SCIENCE VS. BRAIN FEVER will meet for its first fall meeting by Science Features Thursday, September 17. Devota Goodwin is hostess. Roll call will be jam and jelly. There will be a contest to see who made the best jam and jelly. HIItll:Ho$11Pl THE FEDERATED CHURCH Fred W. Field, Minister Sunday morning service of wor- ship will be conducted by the pas- tor at 11 o'clock. Mr. Field will preach on the subject "Do You Know More Than You Think You Do?" Mrs. Mark Ratcliffe will be back as organist and to direct the choir. Strangers and visitors are cordially invited to this service. Sunday school sessions at 9:45. Nursery for young children will be conducted during the church wor- ship hour at the Methodist church basement. EPISCOPAL CHUICH Sunday services at 4:00 p.m. Every second and fourth Sunday beginning September 13. St. Paul's church, "The Little Chapel" on "C" Street. E. J. Mason, Vicar. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE The subject for the morning service will be, "The Courage of Aaron." In the evening there will be beautiful colored slides shown f Mount Rainier. Sunday school, 10 a.m. Morning worship, 11 a.m. Everdng service, 8 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednes- day, 8 p.m. Pastor, A. P. Rainey ROSE OF LIMA PARISH Cheney third and fifth Sundays, at 9:00. Second and fourth at 11:00. Rev. Jos. Leclerc, Pastor LITTLE CHAPEL school 10 a.rm service 7:30 p.m. prayer meeting Wednes- p.m. Rev. M. E. Moser. PlSC()PAL CHURCH services at 4:00 p.m. church, "The Little "C" Street. E. J. Mason LUTHERAN CHURCH Elm and Huron Edward Wagner, Pastor school and Bible class at service at 11:00 school teachers' meeting evening at 8:00 o'clock. Wednesday evenings O'clock. Ladies' guild meet- evening at 8  o'clock basement. LANDSCAPING ... SPRINKLER SYSTEMS PATIO AND WALLS GARDEN PLANNING SPRAYING--PLANTING I| it has to do with homes and gardens, we do it. O. B. HOWELL-LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION CO. W. 1128 19th AVE. SPOKANE Leave. your name and address at Chet'a Greenhouse. Mr. Howell will call on you. heading is 3 cents per word per l issue, with the minimum charge of I 50 cents (includes 17 words). Ad'. I The program of releasing these ditional charge of 25c for "blind" officers from extended active duty ads. Display type in this section I is being taken by the army in Is at the rate of 75c per inch. Meningitis gets its name from the fact that the disease is char- acterized by an inflammation of the covering, or meninges, of the brain and spinal cord. It often strikes in epidemics, is extremely contagious, and its most frequent victims are children and young adults. This disease sometimes known as brain fever was fatal in almost _ , .... ]. every case until  1906, when all  '] " anti-meningitis serum was de- veloped which cut the existing "  mortality rate in half. Even as --late as 1928, however, fatalities due to the meningitis epidenUc of that year reached 50 per cent. With the introduction ef the sul- fa drugs, and later the antibiotics, a drastic reduction in the menin- gitis mortality rate occurrcd. Re- cently, for example, two Seattle doctors reported that only one out of 30 cases of meningitis in chil- dren proved fatal. Treatment in these cases consisted of a combina- tion of sulfadiazine and terramycin. But despite advances in treat- ment, meningitis is still a danger- Ous disease. One of the biggest dangers is that though the patient may live the inflammation may have time to permanently darn'age the brain or nervous system. To prevent this, doctors regard it as essential that the disease be recog- nized and treated at an early stage. Since meningitis may be caused by several different microbes, a tap of the spinal fluid must be taken to isolate and identify the spc'!(ic disease-causing organism.  im- portant is a quick diag,:' hat this is often ac:omplished v,,i[i, n a half hour a.er arrival at the h::3- vital. AUCTION SALES Auctloneer CLIFF WILLIAMS CALL WA219 SPOKANE AUCrlON every Friday at Cheneyi A.uetion Co. Consignment selling of livestock, machinery, etc. Cliff Williams. Auc., Dean Smith, Mgr. Consign your livestock to Daven- port Auction Co. The largest livestock auction company in east- ern Washington. Sales every Thurs- day. Bill Hutsell, Auc., Lew Hut- sell, Mgr. al2tf AUCTIONEER COL. LYNVILLE BARTON Rosalia, Vash. Phone 6302 a3tf FOR SALE 2 lots on 5th and,Cedar, normal ad- dition. Lots 62 ft. wide, 127 ft. depth. The basements, water pipe and cesspools are in. I want an offer on the lots. Survey is made and taxes paid for 1953. Cor- C_LA00;tFI D An additional charge-of 15 cents will be made for billing on Classi- FOR RENT  fled ads that run only one time. ......... this Furnished apartment for 2 people Rate for advertising under August 10, Phone Red 781. ag7tf Furnished apartment for rent. Call Black 1443. ag7tf FOR RENT Large 4-room duplex apt. in Cheney. Partly furnished, oil heat, utilities, garage, good lo- cation, adults only. Call Main 1091. s4-11 ner lot $700, inside lot $600. Call Fred W. Curtis, Sub. 169. sll FOR SALE 5 new cast iron bath tubs, $40 and up. 41 used elec. hot water tanks, $15 and up. 75 new closet tank lids. 1000 safety glasses and goggles, $1.00 and up. 500 pr. leather gauntlet gloves, $1.00 pr. 30 kegs misc. nails, new, 10c lb. 200 "C" clamps, all sizes, 75c up. 250 misc. pieces welding equip- ment, drill bits, reamers, chisels, stardrills, raise, elec. switchboxes, outlets and etc., oil burners, air conditioners, fog machines, and most any- thing you need. All priced right. BUNKER'S, AMBER, WASH. See us for your water pump needs. Your Myers Pump dealer. Grange Supply Co., Cheney. Call Main 531. jy31tf INCOME PROPERTY Triplex Rentals 2 completely furnished apts. and cabin. Very good deal for Cheney Resident. Call FA 9219, Spokane. ag28tf We now have in stock ammonium nitrate. Sulphate to arrive soon. Grange Supply Co. s4-18 NORVAL'S SAVAGE SHELL STATION AII New FIRESTONE DRY BATTE R I ES The New Car Battery With Longer Llfe FREE Wheel balance wlth every Firestone tire sold. A real buy---4 year old house, 2 bed- rooms, tiled bath, large living room with picture windows, kitch- en with eating space. Hardwood floors, oil furnace, utility room, 14' x 20' garage, nicely landscaped, evergreens and shrubs. Will show anytime. Keys next door. Priced right. Terms at $38.50 a month. North 8 Eighth street, one block from college, sllpd Top price paid for cream. Cheney Yankee Dairy, umsion's Dairy, Inc. slltf Daveno set, end table, book case platform rocker, 2 floor lamps, various small items. Call Ma. 1271. sllpd. Good clean davenport $15.00, see Mrs. Homer Pierce. Phone B. 1722. sllpd Good used 10 or 12 ft. drills, single or double disc. We have Ammo- nium Nitrate or Sulphate Fertiliz- ers on hand. Six good used wheel tractors. Ratcliffe Implement Co. sll Hammer Mill Case, 14 inch. Good as new $50.00. Cream separator, table model $25.00; root chopper. Steve Wright, Deep creek. Brooks road. : I B flat clarinet also Royal portable [ typewriter. Phone Black 1121. ]Mrs. Carl Hendricks. sll Furnished apt. for rent. Call Black 1443. s4tf 3 above average size apts. for rent. Some furnished. I. T. Leifer, Black 983. s4pd Housekeeping rooms for boys near campus. Phone Black 281. s4pd Furnished, 2-bedroom apartment for rent. See Chuck Booth at 6th and Cedar. ag28tf 2 bedroom furnished apt. Electric stove, shower. Red 682. K. I. Mc- Call. " ag28tf FOR RENT 1 Kitchenette---electric stove, re- frigerator. Living room. bed- room, bath, hardwood floors. Furnished or unfurnished, Children Welcome. 1 Combination living, bedroom, bath, kitchenette, Utilities Furnished. Apts. Cheney Hotel Phone Black 92 ag28tf Lockers are available. We do meat cutting a n d wrapping. Edgett Bros, Cheney. f24tf HOLMES APTS. 523 4th Phone Red 1221 Lake cottages, furnished. Call Black 2353. Bunkers Resort, Fish lake. Winter rates. A21tf Two bedroom house to rent. Gee. Canady, 3rd and "J" sts. sllp Apartment and small house. M. 1341. D. G. Jerue. sll Two room furnished apartment with private bath, electric rang- ette, refrigerator, private entrance, close college. Phone B1. 722. sllp WANTED Livestock of all kinds. Call Dean Smith, Red 2291, Cheney. m20tf aStf Want to rent practice piano for winter months. Sub. 16x3. s11p A home for a 3 yr. old A.K.C. Brit- tany Spaniel for one year. Write Box 164, Cheney. Children's pet. s11-18 5 or 6 room house in $5000 to $6000 class. Contact owner. Could be outskirts, in good condition. Write B. Gaines, Gen. De]., Spokane. s11p WORK WANTED Carpenter and cement work, call or write George Darlow (Bond- ed). Rt. 1, Spokane, Phone Temple 2614. ag21tf CARL RASMUSSEN Builder, Contractor New work--RemodelingRe- pairing windows and storm sash. We operate a complete and modern cabinet shop. No phone---Box 135 Spangle, Wash. ii Modern Painting Contractors I Expert Workmen I Farm Bldgs. a Specialty I COMMERCIAL PAINTING CO. [ Phone WAlnut 6295 | 12812 E. 6th. Opportunity, Wn. |