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March 25, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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L i , i , i i WHAT. YOUR NEIGHBORS Will Batten was ~ Puiimurt visiio~ over Sunday. Will Redman is sick at the Red- man farm north of Patouse with in- fluenza. Mrs. Thee. Baeklnan of Tekoa has been a guest of Mrs. Bert (',rome dur- ing the week Miss Mary Fagan was down from. Spokane during the week to visit with the home folks. Prosecuting Attorney G. A. Wehlon was in Palouse from Colfax Sunday calling on friends. A daughter was born last Thurs- day, March 17, to Mr. and Mrs. Or- ville Hill, near Palouse. Miss Elsie Smith, employee at the local postoffice, is spending a few days with friends in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fisher of Pot- latch, were in Palouse Tuesday on their way to Moscow on business. Miss Beulah Frock, who spent the past year in Palouse, left Wednesday Iman hospital last week. He was tak-I | AND FRIENDS AREDOING en ill suddenly and the operatio. IGLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ! ' ' " was performed at once. He is mak-t FOR SALE---150 feet white picke! iwell is a guest at the home of Jame.~ ing a very satisfactory recovery, fence. Inquire this office. '2-2i i ~r, Jess~ ~erry l:as heeu seriou:l, ~- S-~(i]~:::;~:,--~f 0%~;~;;~'/;/I;: (%~--': ill al the family home on Alder street, Milton, east of Palouse. in ldaho The Ladies' Aid of the Christi~Jn church will hold a cooked food sale let the J. M. Batten company grocery on Main street, Saturday. beginniT~ at t0 ()'(:lock. L. L. Young was in town Saturday on his way home from Pullman,] where he had delivered lwo regis- tered cows, bought out of Iris herd of imrebred Shorthorns. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Barues went to Colfax Wednesday to visit at tim home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McCros- key and to attend a banquet given b: the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs at that )lace Mrs. T. P. Joues, wife of the super- ntendent of the logging departmenf tel the Potlatch Lumber company, twas'in Palouse Thursday on her way to her home at Bovill after a trip to Moscow. John Kendall, of Spokane, retail (or her home in Chirp. California. {sales manager for the Potlatch Lure- the past week with pneumonia, fol- lowing an attack of influenza. For several days her life was ahnost dis- paired of, lml she is slightly improv- ed now. Mrs. Clara Staffelbach, who under- went an operation at St. Ignatius hos- pital, ('olfax, some two weeks ago, bus so far recovered as to be able return to her home here. Her daugh- ler-in-law, Mrs. Ehner Staffeibach. of Sunset, is here caring for her for a few weeks. Miss Genevieve Jones. a junior at the University of Idaho. is ~pendip_g the spring vacation week with he:' rarcnts, Mr. and Mrs. B. ,I. Jones east of town. She has with her as he:' guests Miss Amy Bouse and Mis~ Bertha Smith. of south Idaho. also ~Ludents at the university. 5 cents :is egg. Call 139.1.---Mrs. S I. West. and ten pigs; priced right.--E. C. Smith, Route 1, 13ox 1, Palouse. 2-at The Church of God, which hehl a er, good as new. $35.---E. C. Smith. ~eries of revival meetings during the R. P. D. 1, Box 1, Palouse. 52-?,~- winter tn the vacant room in the ....................... week with the influenza Crystal Luesing, daughter of Mr. The Republic is in receipt of aI and Mrs. H. A. Luesing, is spending i letter from Albert L. Boyd, a former n at the home' ~ -~ , the week in Prineeto , iwell known res'dent of ~alouse, now[ of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lackuer. [located in Tacoma. ~ He states lhat he] Joe Skeen, who owns a farm near is in good health and asks to be re-1 Princeton, was in town Tuesday membered to his many friends among| morning on his way to Moscow to!the old-timers still living here. l serve as a witness in a civil suit. i C.A. Cassidy, formerly with the J. R. Maxwell, a resident of Norlh Interstate Trading company at thi~ Dakota, is in the Palouse country{ place, but ]tow in charge of *he tkis week, looking the territory over IGrange store at Pullman, was operat- with a view to locating. Mr. Max- ed upon for appendicitis in a Pull- [ber company was in Palouse between Mrs. George Asl~ of Potlatcn wast ~ :' ......... Itrainsruesuay, on his way home after lie(el Northern building, has leased SETTING EGGS--- Rhode Island Red in l'aiouse Tuesaav visztzng ner par-I " the Bethany Presbyterian church eggs, $1.50 for 15. White tether:) ..... " ........... ta business trip to Potlatch and other building, which has not been in use eggs, $1.00 for 15--C. J. Dills. Pa- cries, vzr. anti ~vlrs. u. w. :)lei~llltan.] up-river points, for several )-ears, and after making Palouse, \V'~shingtot]. i-St Mrs. P ~,V., Greene went, to Spokane i. " I N Williamson, formerly leading snmc slight improvement,'- will hold SEED POTATOES---Netted Gem po- Wednesda3" to see Ma~ Robson ~n : .' [merchant of Moscow, butt now en- -ervices in it "Nobody's Fool," at the Auditorium~e.aged in raising purebred cattle, and '-', ( ' . i. ~) ..... tatoes for sale. Enquire of Ray- ....... ,'" ~ t~epresentauve I.. ~'. 'l'rlnlDlC a:'- lnond God(lard, or phone 15F13. l-2t weanesuay n]gnt. IGeorge N. Lamphere, pubhsher of the l .......... , ............................................ ~!:ii P:}Me~aan):~!h ;f: ~' ] h:} i!!ti~: :?t')!!:i I ~:ii!w ~Da;ly i :r:~ l~;r": h:z :, /'~,:d, e':nH~t? i: ::- ( l 1 " ~] ' ~ tage for sale reasonable. Enquire a ...... . .- ~ .... . s. . " ~ "'" ' *:'ling fairly well and is sleadih" in:.- of Mrs. P, en Lyon, Callnou street... daughter are doing ntce,y, for Walla Walla to attend the fune-[ proving from the effecls of hi~ re.I WOOD FOR SALE--16-inch dr;" body J I Iohnson i~ able to be at IVs ral of Mrs Emma Gross of that city _ ............ \Vnod. $10 a cord on ground..---C. ....... " -' " ~ .... " [ c~,nt operflltons, ills IIII|eSS prcve]lI ] place of business, after having been who passed away in a Portland hos-] ed his being present dur ng thr. ' -t ] .l. Witmor. Palousc. Wash. l-l( confined to his home for more than a pital Sunday. The two ladies hadl{~alf of the legi.~l,(iive session " i been girlhood friends in the east. I ........... i FOR SALE---151 acre farm, mosily "Milestones.' put on l)y students] I)otlorn hay land; 85 acres in cul- ~)f Wnshington State College in lhe,iivalion;t fair buildings, close to sta- college ~tuditorimn last Saturday] lion. }'hone 3F2:;. 52-4t. night, attracted a numher of Palow~e - -, ................. ]FOR SALE---Dodge touring car, on.Iv people to f'ullman. Among tho~el ......... " who attended from here were h'h',,. X~. ' rlln [%vo inousan(l runes v'or [ur- . . , l ther information enquire at Republic S I)artt. Miss Avis Anoersoi, oome~- .. t oft(re . 49-t[ tic science teacher in the P'douseI ! :;chools, Miss Turner, instructor in]FOR SALE CItEAP--One batlery to English' Miss Ruth Teeplo, tnuuicl fit [)odgeor Franklin. One battery inMructor. ~() fii most any ear. Both as good as We'er Making History With the Easter Season we come again to the open doorway of Spring--a season of renewed life and activity is ahead (if us. This spring the nation has a new president to guide its affairs He needs the support and cooperation of all its citizens. Suppose we remember, as we take up this new season's activies that the eyes of the world are upon us. We are making history in the way we shoulder our responsibilities Lets write a record that the whole world will read and admire. Farmers National Bank PALOUSE, WASHINGTON i i Seeds! Seeds! Seeds! i Field Seeds Western seeds, mostly Idaho grown. Alfalfa, clo- vers, timothy, testing extra No. 1 under the Ida- ho seed law at less than one-half of last year's prices. G,~rden Seeds In bulk. Many d these seeds locally raised. The blulk seeds sell for less than packet seeds. LAWN GRASS AND FLOWER SEEDS In Bulk and Packages i ii i i Webster & Lamphere Flour and Feed Telephone 54 ' PALOUSE POTLATCHI~I~ Mrs. T. E. Sa.uters and son, Rich. ard B. Seaters of Martin's Ferry, Ohio, are in PaJouse for a few day.~;. visiting Mrs. Sauter's niece, Miu:~ Mary Dunn, reacher iu the seventh grade in the Palouse schools. Mrs. Sauters and her son have been spend- ing the winter in (!alifornia and are enroute home. They are welt plea'.~.. ed with what they have seen of th:~ Inland Empire. Ralph Collins. 13-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Collins, well known farmers east of town, was ope- rated upon for appendicitis at St ignatius hospital, Colfax, last: Friday. The boy, who is a student in the Pa- louse high school, had been suffering intermittently for some months and the physicians finally decided that an operation was necessary. The appen- dix was found badly inflamed and contained a grain of wheat and three apple seeds, these foreign substances having, caused the trouble. At last report the boy was recovering nicely D. M. Street, wife and daughter,of Alberta, were Palouse visitors the past week, on the last lap of a journ- ey which has occupied more than four months. While here they were guests at the ~r. A. Siler home near town, Mrs. Street and Mrs. Siler being sis- ters. The Street family left their Al- berta home November 9 and went di- rect to Missouri, where they spent some weeks visiting with relatives. From there they went to Colorado, where more relatives live; from there west to California, then up to Oregon, where a stop was made, and then to Palouse, this being their last stop on their way home They have had a delightful trip and are now going home to commence farmnig operations for the year. J. I. CASE MACHINERY~Travis & Starner, agents for J. 1. Case Ma- chinery company. Tractors, road ma- chinery, threshing machines, plows and helting.--Address Potlatch, Idaho Draying and Team Work. I have opened headquarters with :he Crane Creek Lumber company and am prepared to do draying and all kinds of team work. Phone or call and leave your orders with the Crane Creek Lumber company. WALTER PARVIN. CAN YOU BEAT THIS? A G0-Pound Box of Ctt0IOE COLUMBIA RIVER SMELT Will be sent you for $1.25, f. o. b. Kelso, by sending to the COLUMBIA RIVER SMELT CO. Kelso. Washington MADAME MAJER iiyde Bldg. Spokane, Wash. Aooordian-gnife-Side-Box Pleating Hemestitehing, Braiding, Buttons, Buttonholes, Hat, and Feather Work. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION new. See J. A. Miller. MONEY TO I,OAN oft improved Pa- louse farms.---Inland Empire Secu- rities Co.. Old Nalional Bauk Bldg. ,qpokane, Wash. DRESSMAKING---dressmaking done by Mrs. Gem M. Carey, corner ,l and Maxwell streets 36 SETTING EGGS--Thoroughbred S. C. White Leghorn eggs, 75c for set- ting of 15. Also have a few cockerels for sate at $1.50 each.- Win. Wilson R. F D. 1. Viola. Idaho. Phone 8F3. 52-4~ Henry Karfsted Watchmaker and Jeweler (Successor to) A. [. Sever Complete stock of diamonds, watches, jewelry, silverware, cut glass and china ware. Prompt and efficient ~are given all repah" work. Call II0 For Correct Time SPOKANE'S VIRGIN ~OOL~ tR,OYHIER & TAIl.OR glfltlsn't Aji Ri St It Back L, lL,Dolby Co. E. M. IRWIN ~UCC~SOR TO Anderson & Co. Undertaker Wall Paper and Glass, Pic- ture Framing. Telephone 65 The One Sure Way to have money is to save it. The one sure way to save it is by depositing it in a responsible bank. You will then be exempt from the annoyance or hqving i~ burn holes in your pockets, and aside from the fact !hat your money will be safe from theft, the habff or' saints' tends to the establishment of thrift, economy, discipline and a general understanding of business prin- ciples essential to your success. o those wishing to establish relations with a safe, str~ng bank we hea~ily extend our services. Security State Bank ............... IIII COME IN ~AVE MONEY Columbia Grafanolas B ACK TO PRE-WAR PRICE8 ALL STANDARD MODELS NON-SET AUTOMATIC 01d Prices: TYPE A-2, $" 32.50 TYPE C-2, $ 50.00 TYPE D-2, $ 75.00 TYPE E-2, $125.00 TYPE F-2, $140.00 TYPE G-2, $150.00 TYPE H-2, $165.00 TYPE K-2, $225.00 Palouse @TOP New Prices: TYPE A-2, $ 30.00 TYPE C-2, $ 45.00 TYPE D-2, $ 60.00 TYPE E-2, $ 85.00 TYPE F-2, $100.00 TYPE G-2, $125.00 TYPE H-2, $140.00 TYPE K-2, $150.00 Pharmacy 5IX ROOMG. LOWCO5T.- i20 ALL THE LUMS[.I LATH SHINGLE5 WINDOW5 DOOD5 MOULDI NG5 BI ACKET5 INSIDE. hND OUTSIDt I'INISH TO COMPLETE IT. EXTRA5 ADE rDEE YOU HAVE OUR PLAN5 TO FOLLOW POTLATCH LLI MBEP COMPANY JI "Here's Real Tobacco" says the Good Judge That gives a man more genuine chewing saris- factioa than he ever got out of the ordinary kind. Smallprchew,lastslonger .-so it costs less to chew this Class of tobacco. And the good, rich to- bacco taste gives a world of satisfaction. ,~ ~ f ", :-' ,; "~'-. Any man who uses the r"1"-- Real Tobacco Chew~~'---~-'~--=t" will tell you that. ., Put up in two styles W-B ~UT is a long fine-cut tobacco RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco